Golgotha by Angela R. Watts // book spotlight!

April 11, 2021

Happy Sunday!

I come to you today from my partial hiatus to talk about an amazing new book that released yesterday! I screamed about its cover a few weeks ago, so you may have heard of it before. It's called Golgotha, and it's by the wonderful Angela R. Watts, and it looks incredible.

B L U R B : 

Four unlikely companions must band together to escape the Realm of Bones and save their kingdom from a reign of darkness.

Prince Moray will lead his empire to glory, even if it means dabbling with forbidden black magic. But when their parents are murdered, Moray and his brother, Finnigan, are cast into Golgotha—a realm where hope is dead. Finnigan fiercely believes his god, Elohai, will rescue them, but Moray will never trust again.

Princess Ama, promised in marriage to Moray to ensure her clan’s safety from rival tribes, arrives just before a coup and becomes trapped in Golgotha with the smart-mouthed mercenary, Gunnar. Surrounded by strange monsters and ravenous demons, Ama must fight to hold on to her faith—or lose everything.

Despite Ama’s Gift of prophetic dreams, Finnigan’s Gift of energy, Moray’s magic, and Gunnar’s blades, nothing can rescue them from themselves. If they fail to escape, darkness will devour the entire kingdom.

Shadow and Bone meets Mark of the Raven in this epic for fans of faith-based young adult fantasy.

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To me, Golgotha screams dark fantasy, epic fight scenes, and powerful themes of light vs. darkness and the power of hope. And if that sounds up your alley - like it does mine - you should check it out! ;)

G I V E A W A Y :

In addition to the release, there's a really cool giveaway going on! One winner will receive a signed paperback copy of Golgotha, along with a bookmark and a Golgotha map.

HERE's the link to the giveaway (it's through Rafflecopter).

A U T H O R :

Angela is the bestselling author of The Infidel Books. She lives at Step By Step Sanctuary, Tennessee, where she raises horses, dogs, cats, and snails. She’s been writing stories since she was little, and when she's not writing, she's probably drawing or working with her amazing clients.

Do you plan on reading Golgotha? Do you like dark fantasy? Let's talk!
(also, Happy belated Easter to you all! I hope you had a blessed Easter Week! <3)

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