Spotlight: Tree of Life by Sarah Joy Green-Hart
A religio-political civil war destroyed democracy, and the fanatical usurpers closed the nation’s borders and instituted a theocratic oligarchy. Two centuries later, a quiet rebellion brews…. Cultures clash, enemies become friends, faith and unbelief are challenged, and a body of leaders with the power to kill and withhold the afterlife leads the way to the light of an angry deity…
Praise for Tree of life
@Penstrickenblog @SJGreenHart Tree of Life was great. I love her ideas and writing. I can't wait for book two.—
Natasha O'Connor (@calling33) November 30, 2019
@Penstrickenblog @SJGreenHart I loved it! Sarah has a wonderful talent for description and the story itself was ama… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
Zachary S. Cauler (@ZacharyS_Cauler) December 01, 2019
@Penstrickenblog @SJGreenHart It was the best book I read in 2018. Sarah's sensuous descriptions of the natural wor… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
Marsha Adams (@marshawritesit) November 30, 2019
@Penstrickenblog @SJGreenHart I read it and absolutely loved it. Sarah created a cast of characters that I was full… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—
Dawn Hosmer (@DawnHosmer7) November 30, 2019
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