300 years ago, during the Salem Witch Trials, two organizations emerged to destroy each other. The Hunters of the Leadership and the Council of Witches. When a woman is wrongly accused and put to death, the Council puts a prophecy in place that a girl would be born with so much strength and sorcery that she’d be a mortal god, strong enough to rip the world in two with sheer will. On her seventeenth birthday she would come into her power and use it to avenge her fallen ancestors, free her persecuted kin, and flatten the earth. As a counteract, the Leadership too told of a girl who would bring the first to her knees in an epic war.
Present day, Evangeline Welt has become a little too comfortable with her mundane routine. Completely unaware of who she and what she is meant to do, she thinks it’s all just an elaborate bedtime story when her best friend tells her she’s a witch. But when he whisks her away just before she is murdered, she begins to think there is some merit to what he’s saying. Not fond of the idea of being a weapon she begins on a trek across the country, meeting people who grant her safety and comfort; and family who provide her with answers. All in the effort to discover if she’s truly the genocidal maniac she is said to be in the two weeks before her birthday.
About the author
Kaylyn Marie Dunn was born in Maryland, but spent most of her childhood moving around as a military brat. But even still she started writing her first novel at fourteen, and at the age of eighteen, A Twisted Fate, hit stores. Since publishing her debut novel, Kaylyn has continued writing, appeared in newspapers, and most importantly, graduated high school. While attending college, Kaylyn works part time at as tutor during the year and camp counselor during the summer, and continues to write future novels. Kaylyn can be found online creating YouTube videos, making digital art, and soon much more.