You Learn You Work You FightThese Are The Mandates Young, Alien Best Friends, Aly And Catty, Must Follow If They Want To Be Of Worth To Their Tribe Most People In Their Village Have An Entire Childhood To Perfect Such Traits However, Time Is Of The Essence, When A Dangerous Rite Of Passage Meant To Test These Qualities Gets Boosted Years Ahead Of Schedule Matters Are Made Worse As The Two Try To Prepare For The Evaluations Arrival Aly S Childhood Is Filled With Dreadful School Days, Thanks To The Peers Who Verbally And Physically Harass Her Since She Cannot Form Pure Energy From Her Hands, Like Everyone Else Catty Also Falls Victim To The Attacks Whenever She Tries To Defend Her Friend, And Learns She Has No Other Choice But To Join In On The Fun If She Does Not Want To Get Bullied Along With Her As The Evaluations Near, A Strong Friendship Is Challenged, And A Bitter Rivalry Is Spawned From It This Doesn T Take Away From A Real Danger Approaching The Tribe One Has Yet To Be Seen, And Another Is Right Underneath Their Noses Novel Contains Science Fiction Violence And Some Mild Language Recommended For Middle Grade And Up
Raphyel Montez Jordan grew up in a household sensitive to the creative arts As a child, his hobbies were drawing favorite cartoon and video game characters while making illustrated stories This passion for art never left and followed him all the way up to his high school and college years.It wasn t until college when he underwent a personal renaissance of sorts that Jordan took his interest in writing to another level When he was 19, he started writing a novel for fun, taking inspiration from the constant exposure of different ideas and cultures that college showed him while staying true to the values he grew up to embrace However, when the signs of the times influenced the story and the characters to spawn into universes of their own, he figured he might possibly be on to something.As he studied graphic design at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia, Jordan also used his electives to study sciences like Astronomy, Psychology, and Biology in order enhance the reading experience in his story He eventually made it a goal to have the story published after he graduated, and dubbed the goal Operation Prosia, the very same project that would develop into his first published book, Prossia Even though his novel is not necessarily a religious book, Jordan utilizes his Christian faith by urging people to encourage, not condemn, in his story Best known for ending his PSFC newsletters with Unity Within Diversity, he hopes Prossia s success will inspire people to consider and support the positive outlook in the difference human kind can share, whether it be race, religion, or any other cultural difference.
- 212 pages
- Evaluations of the Tribe (Prossia, #0.5)
- Raphyel M. Jordan
- 10 January 2018 Raphyel M. Jordan