Godly Sins is the second installment in the futuristic new Crown of Crowns Young Adult saga by Clara Loveman, raising the stakes in a galaxy-spanning story that's been described as "sweeping, epic, and engrossing" and the perfect new series for fans of The Hunger Games, the Divergent Trilogy, and Neal Shusterman's Arc of a Scythe series.
I am Kaelyn, and once I was destined to become the ruler of the Kingdom of Geniverd. Instead, I chose to become a Min and join those fighting against the same oppressive system which raised me—taking a stand against injustice alongside my partner, Roki. Together, we're navigating a conspiracy that spans both the mortal universe and the spirit realm of Shiol—and the stakes in this sinister game of shadows have never been higher.
For soon, a new Crown of Crowns will be elected. As the ruler of the spirit realm, and the highest authority in the galaxy, the Crown of Crowns will have the power to tip the balance in favor of either order or chaos—and the lives of billions could be impacted as a result.
Likewise, in Geniverd, a miraculous new biotechnology has promised to revolutionize society—supposedly granting health, strength, and the potential of immortality to the masses. However, the promise of this genetic engineering has blinded many to the dark secrets and hidden agendas that drove its development in the first place.
I surrendered my mortality so I could take a stand for what's right—but as those I trust betray me, and I find myself manipulated by shadowy figures from my past, doing what's 'right' has become harder and harder to figure out. When those I care about the most become unwitting pawns in this conflict, I'm forced to commit to unthinkable choices—and, as a result, my hands could soon be awash with the blood of billions.
The fate of billions rests in Kaelyn's hands in the thrilling second installment of Clara Loveman's highly acclaimed futuristic Young Adult saga, Crown of Crowns.
Praise for Godly Sins
“Loveman's character development and worldbuilding skills integrate seamlessly with the book's focus on fusing fantasy and science fiction … While the setting is certainly engaging and vivid, it is undoubtedly the creativity of making the familiar unfamiliar that helps the author's work stand out.”
The US Review of Books
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