By Caitlin Greer
The Paranormal Uprising brought myth and legend out of the shadows and into real life. The war that followed tore the world apart. Two years after the Uprising, twenty-year-old Kendry is learning the hard way that the battle lines aren’t as clear-cut as human versus para. And the hard way means being hunted down by both human militants and para separatists. Trouble is, she has no idea why.
On the run with only her mysterious gargoyle guardian, Kendry knows that finding out why she’s on everyone’s most-wanted list will be no easy task. It means charging headlong into a war she’d hoped to avoid, and is woefully unprepared for. So when she realizes that everyone in her life has been lying to her, discovering that she’s somehow the key to ending the war is the last thing she needs. With both sides tearing up the world to find her, it’s decision time for Kendry—keep running, or stand up and fight.
Cait writes YA and NA stories that range from sci-fi and fantasy (because she loves making worlds and things up), to contemporary (because she kind of sort of fell into it and discovered she’s not half bad). Her best friends growing up were the combined works of Robin McKinley, Madeline L'Engle, Anne McCaffrey, Andre Norton, and too many others to mention.
She drives a Jeep, loves the outdoors, takes pictures of everything she can, and writes obsessively. A martial artist and a former teacher, Cait is owned by two cats who started out incredibly small, and are now incredibly huge.
She currently live in Utah, but Virginia will always be home.
Author Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7020757.Cait_Greer
ParaWars: Uprising Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18283667-parawars
Whatever he’s going to say, he doesn’t. His eyes widen, and then he’s too busy throwing himself on top of me, because the gym we left a moment before explodes in an eardrum-shattering, brain-busting, eyeball-burning concussion. Even with Axel’s hands over my ears, I can’t hear. I don’t think he covered them in time. Also, I think they’re bleeding. They’re definitely ringing.
For a moment, everything is ringing. The light of the explosion fades, flames mushrooming into the night sky. I see concrete and mortar falling from the sky, see Axel’s lips moving in slow motion as he pushes up away from me to search our surroundings.Then the world snaps back