About This Book
Ruth struggles to survive the rustic Colonies, and she must adjust to living with family she barely knows. However, her mother’s sickness and her brother’s protectiveness cannot deter the feelings she is forming for a retired fighter with a Ka’to Indian heritage and an abusive past. As Ruth begins to expose the World Government’s control tactics to divide the world into two factions, she finds her place as a simple seamstress with little understanding of rural life. As Ruth overcomes loss and learns to love, God begins to unite a dynamic group of Efficientists and Colonials, setting the stage for a sweeping resistance that no one can comprehend.
Second Place Winner for Fiction Series in the 2022 Speak Up Talk Radio Firebird Book Awards.
2020 Distinguished Favorites NYC Big Book Award in Religion/Fiction.
Award Winner for Books in a Series (The Onoma Series) in the 2021 International Impact Book Awards.