Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Promo 'The Feathered Bone' by Julie Cantrell


Today I’m excited to share with you a Promo about ‘The Feathered Bone’ by Julie Cantrell. This is the thrilling and suspenseful new novel of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.
‘The Feathered Bone’ is out NOW!!

About the Book:


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25379594-the-feathered-bone?ac=1&from_search=1
“Feathers—no matter what size or shape or color—are all the same, if you think about them. They're soft. Delicate. But the secret thing about feathers is . . . they are very strong.”

In the pre-Katrina glow of New Orleans, Amanda Salassi is anxious about chaperoning her daughter’s sixth grade field trip to the Big Easy during Halloween. And then her worst fears come true. Her daughter’s best friend, Sarah, disappears amid the magic and revelry—gone, without a trace.

Unable to cope with her guilt, Amanda’s daughter sinks in depression. And Amanda’s husband turns destructive as he watches his family succumb to grief. Before long, Amanda’s whole world has collapsed.
Amanda knows she has to save herself before it’s too late. As she continues to search for Sarah, she embarks on a personal journey, seeking hope and purpose in the wake of so much tragedy and loss.

Set amidst the murky parishes of rural Louisiana and told through the eyes of two women who confront the darkest corners of humanity with quiet and unbreakable faith, The Feathered Bone is Julie Cantrell’s master portrait of love in a fallen world.

'The Feathered Bone' is available at Amazon, and Barnes & Noble

The immensely powerful and timely themes explored in ‘The Feathered Bone’ include:

  • How domestic abuse, particularly emotional abuse, can blur our own beliefs about ourselves and spin us into a downward spiral of toxicity
  • How women can become 'enslaved' in relationships -- especially conservative Christian women who have been taught that a good and Godly woman should be submissive to her husband
  • The modern-day slavery of human trafficking and how one could keep their faith and sanity in such tragic circumstances
  • Teenage suicide and surrendering the heart to people who want to destroy us is never the answer.

About the Author:


New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Cantrell has served as editor-in-chief of the Southern Literary Review and is a recipient of the Mississippi Arts Commission Literary Fellowship. She is the author of two children’s books as well as Into the Free, which received Christy Awards for Best Debut Novel and Book of the Year 2013 as well as the Mississippi Library Association’s Fiction Award. 

This debut novel received a rare starred review by Publishers Weekly and was selected as one of five finalists for the University of Mississippi Common Reading Experience 2014. It also was selected as a best novel of 2013 by LifeWay, USA TODAY, and many bookclubs.

Cantrell’s sophomore novel, When Mountains Move, is the sequel to her debut. Since its release in September 2013, it has been named a 2013 Best Read by LifeWay, was shortlisted for several awards, and won the 2014 Carol Award for Historical Fiction.

For more information about Julie Cantrell please visit her website, or visit her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram

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