Meet the new kid on the block
Karah, the heroine in Warriors of the Light.
She’s a heroine who offers more retail value at $13.95 than billions earmarked to fight school-bullying incidents. She’s an excitable heroine who triumphs without the use of mystical incantations or witch’s brews. In fact, none of the cadets or creatures in Warriors of the Light need to learn a single magic spell.
Karah and her comrades conjure up God’s tangible power: The kind children right here on planet Earth need to be able to tap into to slay real-world dragons. After all, how many kids can find an ancient book in a library of magic that will teach them how to boil the eye of a newt? God is the biggest thing in their valleys. He is how they get things done.
Even Harry Potter could learn a thing or two from Karah’s resourceful tactics. Yes, there are lessons galore smothered with hot fudge dished-up when she attends spiritual warfare boot camp alongside two boys, and Jesus teaches her how to brilliantly thwart evil. But don’t worry, this book won’t put anyone to sleep. Warriors of the Light is a fabulous wild ride full of unforgettable characters jumping off the margins of every page with wonder and laughter.