"I loved this story! Ms. Hay's writes with such accuracy, every detail placed to perfection. Nothing is a coincidence. The plot, setting, scenes, characters, and every word chosen are so well developed. Casey Hays is one of my knew favorite YA writers![...]
I loved how the story was developed, and I so did not see the plot twists coming. I loved the ending and anxiously await the next book where Kate will become even more of an admirable heroine." - Goodreads, Angie Taylor
The first book, Breeder, is set in a war-torn world where the main character, Kate, has been raised to believe the Village is the only place left on earth after the Fall. Her people, predominantly made up of women, worship the Moirai, the Three Sisters Fate, and believe the stars hold their destiny. The Archer, Kate’s ruling constellation, has destined her to become a breeder, but she fights this calling, even when she’s dragged to the Pit and thrown into a locked cave with her mate, Ian. Trapped and afraid, he is confused about why he’s there, and he only wants to go home.Their relationship develops into more than friendship, and Kate’s longing to find something better, to make her own choices, and to defy Fate grows stronger.
The Archer takes readers on a journey away from the Village and toward Eden, Ian’s supposed home. By then, Kate has learned that Ian is different, even dangerous, and he is full of secrets that test her trust in him and his friends. Their journey takes them into one dangerous situation after another with no other villages in sight, and Kate begins to question whether she should have believed Ian at all. But her desire to find something to believe in that is greater than the Archer presses down her fear, even when that desire could mean her death.
"Casey Hays, you have done it again!This is way better than any post apocalyptic book i have read.This has been an epic journey till now. More questions than ever.[...]
If you are looking for an post apocalyptic journey be sure to check this book out. It has one of the strongest lead female and since it's a very serious book i let go of my need to have sass in my leading lady." - Goodreads, Sneha
Master, the final book, opens in the middle of a siege. An army from the north has revived technology in ways the world believed impossible, and threatens to destroy everything in their path. Their target? Eden. They believe Eden holds the key to saving the world and returning it to pre-war status. Many will die along the way. Misery and heartache will fall over the land and the people. But so with hope and faith… and love. Especially love. And Ian comes to the conclustion that what Kate has been searching for her entire life is what he needs, too.About the Author
Casey Hays graduated from Eastern New Mexico University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Spanish. She spent eleven years of her career teaching high school before attempting to write her first novel.The Cadence, a YA supernatural romance, debuted in 2012. She is the author of the Christian Dystopian series, Arrow’s Flight, as well as a featured author in the Apocalyptic Anthology, Prep for Doom, a collection of short stories that culminate into one theme. She currently resides in Clovis, NM with her husband and daughter.
About the author:
I've always been a writer. In fact, my mom still keeps a copy of the first book I every wrote when I was in third grade: "The Boy Who Liked Spankings." It was written on yellow, legal paper, folded in two and held together with rubber band knots. I'd even illustrated it with fingernail polish paintings. Two arguments could be drawn from its title: it was either my first social message, or . . . the story was influenced by some sort of trouble I'd found myself in earlier that day. Based on my upbringing, and the fact that I was pretty ornery, I can assure you the latter is probably the correct assumption.
I write constantly because my imagination never ceases to create some new world or some interesting person I want readers to meet. So much of my writing is thinking, being inside my own head, living with my characters. When I forget to do this first, my writing is a mess. But when I remember, magic happens. For this reason, it doesn't matter where I am or what I'm doing. Always, I am a writer.
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