Welcome to the Guild of Sevens!
THE HERO FEAT OF HANNAH HELSTROM is set in the world of the Guild of Sevens—our world, with a twist. I’ve written two novels set in that world and am working on the third right now. In terms of chonology, the third (upcoming) book references Hannah’s hero feat.
New powers. Big problems.
Fourteen-year-old Joss Morgan loves joking around, but it’s no joke when he discovers he has superpowers. Those powers may get him killed. Heroes and villains want Joss to join them. Both will use him. Everyone has secrets. And his life isn’t the only one on the line. If Joss can’t figure out who to trust, his whole family could die.
Readers love it!
“One of the best fantasy books I’ve read in the last few years!”
“I was sucked in from the first chapter”
“I finished in one day because I was riveted”
“This book has everything that makes a great middle-grade and young adult read”
Joss’s story continues in…
Guild of Sevens, book 2
Joss aims to keep his word by keeping his parents in the dark. It may cost him everything.
Joss Morgan barely survived the summer after eighth grade, in spite of—or maybe because of—his superpowers. Now, in the last few days before starting high school, he has a commitment to keep, but he’ll have to defy his parents to do it.
After convincing himself he’s not really being dishonest, Joss gets to work helping a friend in trouble. Unfortunately, Joss’s other superpower kicks into high gear—his ability to create utter chaos for himself and his family. Before long, Joss is wondering if he’ll be alive when high school starts.
Joss turns to his friends for help while trying to figure out how to make things right at home. This time, though, sneaking around isn’t going to be enough. When he realizes the danger he’s caused his family, it’s all out war.
Readers love it!
“But there is an aspect to both these books that at least takes a few moments to view real moral issues in the context of the hero plot. And of course the question of how we navigate our relationship with our children, as they grow in independence and ability, is very real. Don’t worry — the book won’t get mired down in it … it’s a fun read with a few quick moral dives — for parents and kids.”