If the Seekers fail this time, they risk not a stoning, but losing themselves in the twilight of a never-ending dream.
WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award - Best Science Fiction
WINNER: Feathered Quill Book Award - Gold Medal: Science Fiction/Fantasy
WINNER: Readers' Favorite Book Awards - Silver Medal - Young Adult Sci-Fi
“But what are we without dreams?”
Against all odds, Orah and Nathaniel have found the keep and revealed the truth about the darkness, initiating what they hoped would be a new age of enlightenment. But the people were more set in their ways than anticipated, and a faction of vicars whispered in their ears, urging a return to traditional ways.
Desperate to keep their movement alive, Orah and Nathaniel cross the ocean to seek the living descendants of the keepmasters’ kin. Those they find on the distant shore are both more and less advanced than expected.
The seekers become caught between the two sides, and face the challenge of bringing them together to make a better world. The prize: a chance to bring home miracles and a more promising future for their people. The cost of failure: unimaginable.
Kirkus Reviews: "In this YA sci-fi sequel, Litwack pushes his characters into new physical, mental, and emotional realms as they encounter an unusual, tech-based society. A grand, revelatory saga that continues to unfold."
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the multiple award-winning second book in the extraordinary "The Seekers" series of dystopian sci-fi adventures.
BOOKS BY DAVID LITWACK:
- The Children of Darkness (The Seekers - Book 1)
- The Stuff of Stars (The Seekers - Book 2)
- The Light of Reason (The Seekers - Book 3)
- The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky
- Along the Watchtower
- The Time That's Given
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About the Author
Using two fingers and lots of white-out, he religiously typed five pages a day throughout college and well into his twenties. Then life intervened. He paused to raise two sons and pursue a career, in the process -- and without prior plan -- becoming a well-known entrepreneur in the software industry, founding several successful companies. When he found time again to daydream, the urge to write returned.
David and his wife split their time between Cape Cod, Florida and anywhere else that catches their fancy. He no longer limits himself to five pages a day and is thankful every keystroke for the invention of the word processor.
EDITOR: Lane Diamond has over 120 published books to his editing credit, including many multiple award-winners, across many genres and styles.