Discovering her descent from mythological African warriors called the Aziza was just the beginning of Justice Montgomery’s troubles. For not only has she been chosen to be their champion against supernatural evils—a demon is on the loose seeking to manipulate her into misusing her newfound powers.
Determined to do what’s right and live up to her heritage, Justice trains and forms a band of allies, both human and supernatural. Yet the demon is determined to lead her astray, in the hope that her power might be used to enact an ancient prophecy.
Should she succeed, Justice might become one of the most legendary Aziza to ever live. But should she fail, she might resurrect a goddess of Hell, and doom the world.
About the Author
TreVaughn Malik Roach-Carter is a Queer Black writer and editor, born in Modesto, California. He holds a bachelor’s degree in creative writing and education, and a master’s degree in creative writing with a focus on comics and screenwriting from San Francisco State University. His work has been featured in Ramblr Magazine, Tayo Magazine’s special issue: SOFT, Transfer Magazine, BAD EGG Magazine, Borderless Magazine, The Ana Magazine, and Stellium Magazine. He is a recipient of the Leo Litwalk Literature Award and a Browning Society Award. He is a Fiction Editor for The Ana Literary Magazine and the author of the Young Adult novel The Marked Ones: Uprising.