Author Spotlight: Arie Farnum

This week’s featured author is Arie Farnum.

The Soul and the Seed is Book One of the contemporary fantasy thriller Kyrennei Series:

What if your very existence threatened the heart of power?

It’s the 21st century, right now, in America and on the surface everything looks just fine. But the commonly accepted image of society is an illusion. A clandestine force usurps the desires of individuals, and those who won’t conform must be crushed to preserve the appearance of free will.

Aranka is just a sixteen-year-old girl but a fluke in her genes makes her a threat. Those with power will stop at nothing to protect their supremacy. She is kidnapped by doctors who claim she´s sick but it´s only a matter of time before it´s her turn to die.

A diverse band of outlaws from every corner of the globe represent the only hope of resistance. Kenyen, a young doctor, infiltrates to the heart of the oppression but he can’t stop the terror. He just wants to save one life. In the process he uncovers “the Seed,” the first flicker of hope in a thousand years.

“This could be the next big thing! This book has all the elements. It presents a dystopian, world-shattering vision while taking place in the recognizable here and now. The characters are flawed, angst-ridden, and totally believable. The plot is instantly engaging, carefully laid out, and strewn with unexpected twists.” -George Lederer, school librarian and radio actor

About the author:

Arie Farnam is a writer, a homeschooling mama bear, a war correspondent turned peace organizer, a gardening and wildcrafting herbalist, a legally blind bike rider, a tree-loving eclectic Pagan and an idealist with a practical streak. She grew up outside La Grande, Oregon and now lives in a small town near Prague in the Czech Republic.


Buy at Amazon (Now on sale for 99 cents as a thank you to Goodreads members)


About Daelynn Quinn

I'm an author, artist, and mother to three crazy little boys. I feel at home in nature, especially amongst trees. Writing and painting are two of my intense passions, sometimes accompanied by a box of wine. And I have a Monty Python sense of humor. Albatross!
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