42 Months Dry

Angry, arrogant, and armed to the teeth, Eli Tishbi is ready for his next assignment. He may not look like a divine messenger, but his god is sending him to settle a score with the king of Ephraim. Biblical/alternate-historical urban contemporary fiction for young-adult readers and older.

Eli came back to settle a score. So did his god.

For more than three years, the kingdom of Ephraim has been in the paralyzing grip of drought. Tempers flare in the oppressive heat. Water rations are running out. Even a benevolent breeze only serves to stir up dust and disquiet. The masses are growing restless, while the entire kingdom sits on the brink of political implosion. And the only man who can bring rain is the one who stopped it in the first place.

Get ready for a prophet you can’t ignore. Angry, arrogant, and armed to the teeth, Eli Tishbi is ready for his next assignment. He may not look like a divine messenger, but his god is sending him to settle a score with the king of Ephraim. As his faith and resolve are pushed to the limit, can Eli complete his mission? Or has his conviction finally run out?

Biblical/alternate-historical urban contemporary fiction for young-adult readers and older.

“A non-stop adrenaline rush to the finish. I gripped my seat, gnashed my teeth, slow-clapped, and even shed a tear. … In a word: whoa.”

— Ann Mulia, comic book artist, author of Psychoteers and Paladin

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