Shawna Bennett’s New Book ‘Heaven’s Children: A Fairy Tale’ Follows an Engrossing Fight to Free Humanity of Evil and Injustice

Fulton Books author Shawna Bennett, a writer and avid traveler, has completed her most recent book “Heaven’s Children: A Fairy Tale”: a gripping saga that speaks of a venture to save the world. It is a story that will test one’s judgment of humanity and dig out the hope buried under the settled dust of chaos and sabotages.

Bennett writes, “Simon has taken on the task of saving the humans. With the help of his handpicked Immortals, he will try to create peace for all mankind. A world now exists where hunger and crime are a thing of the past, and yet the humans remain unsettled. The Alliance continues to sabotage his every effort. It has become clear that the humans do not trust the Immortals, or their sired.
Sawyer’s family must step up to help Simon figure out once and for all if the humans can be saved. The clock is ticking, and something draws them closer to the conclusion. In their separate journeys, they discover a plot to destroy them all. The family must face enemies from both sides as it becomes clear that not all Immortals are there to help. They must face a plot that goes deeper than any of them could have imagined.
A war is coming, and it will have devastating consequences that will ripple through their family for generations to come. When the dust finally settles, no one will ever be the same, especially Sawyer.”
Published by Fulton Books, Shawna Bennett’s book is an epic novel into a world freed from poverty and strife; however, darkness still looms in the horizon and it’s up to our protagonists how they will battle the impending war.
This fiction is a must-read for readers who enjoy thrilling and fast-paced adventures.
Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Heaven’s Children: A Fairy Tale” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books