Darkness Falls

Darkness Falls
Nature’s Fury #1
by AE Faulkner
Genre: YA Dystopian
As nature tires of human destruction, two sisters must face a changing environment that stands between them and survival.
When Quinn and Riley set out on a family vacation with their parents, the trip ends before it begins. Mother Nature interferes with their plans, setting off a sequence of events that thrusts the teens into a hostile landscape.
Stranded, with limited supplies, struggling to figure out who they can trust along the way, they must determine how to survive nature’s evolving fury.
AE Faulkner is a young adult dystopian author. Her debut novel, Darkness Falls, is the first book in the Nature’s Fury series, which explores the Earth’s response to humans poisoning her streams, abusing her animals and destroying her beauty.
She has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Millersville University and a master’s degree in advertising, public relations & journalism from Temple University.
Although she escaped in books as a child, college textbooks sucked the fun out of reading. Years later, The Hunger Games trilogy became the spark that rekindled her love of books. After devouring that series, she quickly became captivated by dystopian novels.
After several years of reading them, she decided to take a stab at writing one that combined her love for nature with her fear of human destruction
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7 thoughts on “Darkness Falls

      1. Thanks for asking! It’s hard to pick just one but I think I’ll go with this:

        As I silently wish the night away, the next, and last, cry I hear is abruptly cut short. I’m not sure which is worse—the sound of someone’s pain and fear, or the silence of their extinguished existence.

          1. Thank you 🙂 More and more, I feel voiceless and powerless when it comes to protecting our natural resources and wildlife. As my frustration has grown, I decided to pour it into words. I started writing this book in January 2018 – as a New Year’s resolution. It became therapeutic as writing was an outlet for my negative feelings.

            So, I guess you could say I take out my frustrations on my characters 😉

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