Publication Date: February 2023
Divided by a metaphysical barrier, Opal Island is on the brink of chaos. The founders of Parish One, The Dusabes, are in the middle of a leadership transition and generational inheritance for its youngest member, Contessa Dusabe. She has always been different from her family. When her evolution day came and went, Contessa was sure she would never be accepted into the pack as a non-wolf, just like her best friend Chelsea. Everything changes after the eldest shapeshifter predicts the date of her transformation. Contessa prepares to finally be welcomed into the fold but things don’t go as planned. Beyond the great barrier, Parish Two has decided to destroy the Dusabe family and take all of Opal Island for themselves.
Edited by Angela Benson and illustrated by Kai Adia, co-founders of Bee Infinite Publishing
WHAT'S EVERYONE SAYING?
"Amina Lovell is what we fantasy fans have been waiting for. Opal Island dares to be vulnerable in a wonderfully enchanting way." — Sebastian A. Jones, President of Stranger Comics
"Writing a book is no small feat and certainly isn’t one for the weak of heart. Congratulations on getting all of this hard work done!" — Callie Browning, award-winning author of The Girl with the Hazel Eyes and The Secrets of Catspraddle Village
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in London and raised in Antigua and Barbuda, Amina’s debut trilogy Opal Island is heavily based on her Caribbean upbringing and West African folklore. Before she started writing young adult fiction, she was a television news producer for three and a half years, after attending The School of Journalism at Columbia University. In the spring of 2018, she decided to quit her production job and pursue writing full-time. Amina is a lover of adult animation, tattoos, and long hikes. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California. You can visit her online at aminalovell.com
Print Book, 96 pages, US Trade (6 x 9 in), Standard Black & White, 50# Creme, Paperback, Gloss Cover
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years
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