Thursday, October 22, 2015

"The King's Highway" (Days of Dread Trilogy Book 1) by Carly McAdoo Tour and Giveaway


Book Description: Genre: Christian Dystopian

A mysterious dead man directs the small band on their journey to a much safer corridor he dubs The King’s Highway.
Airplanes are falling out of the sky, and all things electric rendered useless after a mysterious flash. It tests the grit of fifteen-year-old Jackson Allison when the care and safety of his younger siblings fall solely to him. No one knows for sure what’s happened, but danger lurks if they stay. With a fierce determination to keep his thirteen-year-old sister McKenzie and nine-year-old brother Cooper safe, the high school freshman is compelled to leave their Irving home in the shadow of the DFW Airport for their grandparents’ farm a hundred-plus miles northeast.
Thrust into a lawless, chaotic world, he’s guided by an ever-changing cryptic note at leads his growing troupe along the King’s Highway. Bullies, Russians, wild animals, gang-bangers, and kidnappers thwart their progress while a lack of drinkable water and food is a constant concern. Will he ever get his people to safety in the Red River Valley in far Northeast Texas?

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Award winning author brings her new Christian mid-grade release, book one
in the  Days of Dread Trilogy THE KING’S HIGHWAY. The prolific,
bestselling novelist loves singing new songs the Lord gives her and
painting. In 2008, her high school sweetheart-husband Ron moved her to the
woods of Red River County. Caryl counts four children and sixteen
grandsugars life’s biggest blessings believing all good things come from
God. Praying her story gives God glory, she hopes each one ministers His
love, mercy, and grace to its readers. She and Ron live in Clarksville,
Texas with two grandsons, Christian and Benjamen.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for featuring THE KING'S HIGHWAY on your blog today, Cassandra! BLESSINGS!

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