Feature Friday - In the Arms of Stone Angels by Jordan Dane


Two years ago, Brenna did the unthinkable. She witnessed the aftermath of a murder and accused her only true friend—the first boy she ever loved—of being a killer.
Now sixteen, Brenna returns to Oklahoma only to discover that Isaac "White Bird" Henry isn't in juvie. The half-breed outcast is in a mental hospital, frozen in time, locked in his mind at the worst moment of his life. And when Brenna touches him, she's pulled into his hellish vision quest, seeing terrifying demons and illusions she doesn't understand.
Feeling isolated and alone, she's up against the whole town, targeted by bullying former classmates, a bigoted small town sheriff, and a tribe who refuses to help one of their own. But when Brenna realizes she's as trapped by the past as White Bird is, this time she won't turn her back on him. She's the only one who can free them both.
Even if she has to expose her secret—a "gift" she's kept hidden her whole life.

Brianna's Words

I have gotten the eGalley from NetGalley, and since Harliquen Teen publishes awesome books, I've decided to feature this on a new meme I adapted on my blog - Feature Friday. 

This book has all the things I'm interested in: interesting and complex characters and backstories, a creepy-sounding story, immortal beings, supernatural creatures, mental illnesses, etc. I can tell that I will thoroughly enjoy this book, and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of this e-book. 

I can tell that I will love the main character, Brenna, and what I've read of the prologue has me already captivated by Dane's writing style. This is such a refreshing type of book that I will be looking forward to reading the rest of, and if Dane writes more young adult books, then I will definitely find some way to get my hands on it. 


You can read it by clicking here.

Meet the Author

Jordan Dane
I make up stuff for a living. Who knew I could get paid for that? Voices come to me, from deep inside my head and I consider that to be a good thing...for now. (No, I'm not on meds. That would really screw me up.) I'm an observer, a listener and a scribe. And I'm cynical by nature—and by choice—and frequently indulge my inner smart-ass. I'm perfectly content in the solitude of my head, poking and prodding the three pounds of gray matter taking up that space. Guess if my brain ever takes a real vay-kay, I can lease out my skull to a much more deserving occupant.


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