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Anguish Unfolds by @AuthAEFaulkner | Book Tour and Amazon GC #Giveaway | #YA #Dystopian

Anguish Unfolds ( Nature's Fury 1.5)  by AE Faulkner  is on virtual book tour. The young adult dystopian stops at Readerop...




Anguish Unfolds (Nature's Fury 1.5) by AE Faulkner is on virtual book tour.

The young adult dystopian stops at Readeropolis with an excerpt from 
Darkness Falls.

Be sure to enter for a chance to win the giveaway and follow the Silver Dagger book tour (for other dates see the link at the bottom of the post).


Anguish Unfolds
Nature's Fury 1.5
by AE Faulkner
Genre: YA Dystopian


With the life she knew all but gone, Riley must decide if she’ll let the road ahead break her spirit or bolster her drive.

When her sister’s safety is threatened, Riley discovers just how far she will go to protect Quinn. No matter the toll – emotionally and physically. With little faith in returning to the only family she has left, Riley follows the path that she believes is her only choice. Relying on others to lead the way, she is forced to face some of her deepest fears.

NOTE: You must have read Darkness Falls in order to understand Anguish Unfolds. Although I recommend you read Anguish Unfolds before diving into book 2 in the series (Chaos Ensues, coming in 2020), it is not necessary.








Darkness Falls
Nature's Fury #1


As nature tires of human destruction, two sisters must face a changing environment that stands between them and survival.


When Quinn and Riley set out on a family vacation with their parents, the trip ends before it begins. Mother Nature interferes with their plans, setting off a sequence of events that thrusts the teens into a hostile landscape.


Stranded, with limited supplies, struggling to figure out who they can trust along the way, they must determine how to survive nature's evolving fury.






AE Faulkner is a young adult dystopian author. Her debut novel, Darkness Falls, is the first book in the Nature's Fury series, which explores the Earth’s response to humans poisoning her streams, abusing her animals and destroying her beauty.

She has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Millersville University and a master’s degree in advertising, public relations & journalism from Temple University.


Although she escaped in books as a child, college textbooks sucked the fun out of reading. Years later, The Hunger Games trilogy became the spark that rekindled her love of books. After devouring that series, she quickly became captivated by dystopian novels.

After several years of reading them, she decided to take a stab at writing one that combined her love for nature with her fear of human destruction






Follow the tour HERE for exclusive content and a giveaway!




Darkness Falls
“Aidan, man, we should probably get going soon,” Jeff says, pulling me away from the threatening spiral of memories. His interruption is a welcome distraction.

“You’re right,” Aidan says, his eyes locked with mine. “But before we go, Quinn, you need to know, you’re not safe here. Do you have somewhere else to go?” 

“What are you talking about?” My head volleys back and forth between the guys. Jeff runs a hand through his short brown hair and exhales a sigh. He leans in conspiratorially and says in a hushed voice, “Look, we’ve been checking out the unoccupied homes around here. You know, just borrowing things to help us get by. But one of the trailers we went to, we thought it was empty…”

Aidan finishes for him. “Quinn, one of your neighbors is dead. We thought the trailer was vacant, so we went inside. We grabbed some canned food and other stuff from the kitchen and then we went to the bedroom to see if there were any blankets and pillows.”


8 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing, Mayor Sonni :)

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    1. It's my pleasure. Best of luck with the books and book tour! I included the tour in the Monday, Sep. 23, 2019 edition of The BookTube Your Shelf Daily Reader: https://paper.li/Readeropolis/1517059010#/

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  2. The covers are great I love them

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  3. I am new to AE Faulkner. I loved the covers and I am excited to read these books.

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  4. Dystopian societies make for great books

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