Brink of Dawn

Brink of Dawn picks up where the multiple-award-winning first book in the Chosen series, Wind Catcher, left off, but it can also be read as a stand-alone novel. Continue the adventure!

They walk among us as if they’re gods.
Only we know what they are.
Only we know to fear them.
And only we can defeat them.

My name is Juliet Wildfire Stone, and I barely escaped my sleepy Arizona town alive. A Seeker almost murdered me. Lucky for me, I killed him first. I thought that was my test—that was my destiny—but it seems as though fate isn’t done with me yet.

I’m a Chosen, a human-alien hybrid. There are three others like me, each with different abilities. I have to find them, and all I have to go on is a weird symbol, and a location—New York City. Hopefully, my best friend Troy and I can figure out the rest once we get there.

An alien race is plotting to enslave the world, and only the Chosen can stop them. We’ll have to kill their leader before he kills us. We’ll all be tested, our flaws exposed. Each one of us will learn what, or who, we really care about, and we’ll have to decide whether to fulfill our destiny… or run.

Those helping us have told me I’m the Alpha and only I can lead the others, but how can I trust these people I’ve never met? I don’t know much about my powers or my potential, but I do know one thing—I’ll do anything to stop these aliens. I will not give up. Even if I die trying.

Read the Reviews

  • As in Wind Catcher, betrayal, faith, and love are themes woven into the thriller format—and be forewarned; Brink of Dawn also ends in a cliffhanger that portends future adventures. Who is good and who is evil? All is not black and white, and readers move deftly through a gray world of possibilities in a satisfying thriller saga which holds wonderfully unpredictable twists and many thought-provoking moments. Highly recommended for young adult (and many an adult) thriller/fantasy readers who look for solid action, powerful characters, and an approach that breaks the usual genre boundaries to offer something refreshingly different.

    Midwest Book Review

  • Wow! Simply, wow! How’s that for a review… Any reader, young adult or not, who enjoys fantasy, thrillers, adventure, stories with a strong female protagonist, or simply a great work of fiction will love Brink of Dawn!

    Readers' Favorite

  • …a fast-paced story, quirky dialog, and interesting characters.


  • This book would be a great read for anyone who likes stories, with extra ordinary powers, as well as some kind of aliens, and for people who just like stories that are action packed. I would recommend this book to everyone to try!

    Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock

  • This book is enthralling and leaves you begging for more!

    5 Girls Book Reviews

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