LAST CHANCE to Join the Promised Land Launch Team

Today is the last chance to join the Promised Land launch team. Don’t miss out! The book releases on January 25th.

What is unique about Promised Land?

Promised Land is unique because it deals with persecution for faith in a fantasy setting. However, though it is fantasy, there are no magic elements in the story.

Who is Promised Land suitable for?

This book is suitable for most teens. Though there are some violent elements, there is no excessive gore, and all in all, the darker portions of the story are clean and short-lived.

Why does this story matter?

Promised Land is about selflessness in the face of darkness, hope in the face of despair, and, especially, forgiveness. It deals with a family torn away from everything they’ve ever known and torn apart from each other. Through it all, our main character must learn that there are different kinds of courage and there are different kinds of freedom.

Ready to help bring this book to the world?

Talia has lived her whole life in the mountains, sheltered from the conflicts raging in her world. But when the flatlanders’ intolerance for her family’s faith in Adonai is brought to their doorstep, they are thrust into a struggle against the king’s “reformation” efforts, which are designed to change their beliefs in any way necessary.

The son of a reformer, Owen was assigned as a spy to the mountains and was partly responsible for the arrest of Talia’s family. But this has never been a simple job for him. His brother is a Follower, in hiding. Owen swore to protect him. The responsibility he feels towards Talia is dangerous – could get him killed. But does he have a choice?

Talia watches a young reformer struggle to find where his loyalties lie. Owen witnesses the breaking of a young woman’s faith, until she must choose between her faith and her freedom. And neither one expects to find victory.


Published by Hannah Gaudette

Hannah Gaudette is a home-school graduate living in the hills of New England. When she’s not writing or playing with the dogs, it’s a safe bet you can find her with some other animal, like goats. She is the founder of a sustainable agriculture movement called STEWARDSHIP in central Maine. She's a life-enthusiast and advocate for food allergy awareness, youth ministry, and service dogs.

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