Fair to Hope
Fair to Hope
Fair to Hope
Velma had lived two lives: her first as a former foster kid, and her second as an unlikely recruit into a secret order that satisfied her need for retribution. Her fifteen-year-old self had given up on hope, but after three years with the Taram, she'd found her life's purpose. That is, until she is surprisingly named Kachina, the fabled chosen empowered to fight the last battle for the fate of the world. Having to kill someone she loves was never part of the bargain, even if it means saving everyone else from damnation. Building a normal life free from the pull of the Taram--seems like the only answer to her prayers. Except her best friend, the other Kachina, is coming. The legend is clear that one of them must die. Velma will have to weigh the cost of her life against a world that's constantly betrayed her and quite literally decide if she'll be damned in dying, taking the whole world with her.

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  • Fantasy

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Velma, a foster kid, is trying to escape her duties as the Kachina, the person who must kill the person she loves in order to save the world. She runs away from that life to a town called Fairhope, hoping she can live normally. But when her past comes knocking on her door, she is forced to prepare for the fight of her life, the fight that could be the end of her life. If she dies, the world will go with her. 


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When Velma joins an elite group of people called the Taram, she feels as if her life is finally complete. That is until she is named Kachina, in which she will be forced to fight one of her loved ones to the death. Not accepting her foretold fate, Velma decides to run. When she reaches a small town with caring people, she begins to morph into a different person. She begins to realize that maybe she can’t run from her fate. And that maybe she’s stronger than she ever thought.

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