The Traitor

By A. D. Lombardo

August 13 – 16

  • Purchase link: https://bookgoodies.com/a/1733337660
  • Genre:  YA, Fantasy
  • Print length: 305 pages
  • Age range: Young Adults+
  • Formats available for the Tour: pdf, mobi, epub and jpeg (sorry, no paperbacks)

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About The Traitor (The Katori Chronicles – Book 4)

Torn between his past and his future, Kai finds himself caught in a mountain of lies, and his once-loyal friends begin to question his loyalties. Desperate to prevent his father’s demise, he plays a dangerous game of tempting fate.

Kai’s bittersweet reunion in Diu reveals a changed city–and not for the better. Poverty and quick tempers rule the streets, and Milnosian soldiers outnumber Diu warriors. Rumors and deception spread like wildfire throughout the palace, threatening to put him on the wrong side of history.

When he is accused of a terrible crime, Kai discovers influential people working against him, and in his efforts to prevail against their treachery, he falls into the hands of the last person he would ever suspect to help him. Labeled a traitor, can Kai prove his innocence, or will he lose everything he holds dear?

About the Author:

Angela Lombardo was born in Akron, Ohio, raised on a farm by her grandparents. Angela loves animals, the country life and is still a tomboy at heart. You can take her off the bobcat, but you’ll never get her to enjoy the city. She dabbled in playing the piano, sports and fishing.​

Her love of comics started with Spiderman, Wonder Woman, and Superman. Being a Trekkie and a BMX rider, Angela did not have many girlfriends or time for makeup. She spent most of her time with her older brother crashing dirt bikes and three-wheelers. As a teenager, her grandmother sent her to Barbizon to teach her how to be a proper girl. She is fortunate she had a son.

​Angela started writing The Half-Light in fall 2017 after a sleepless night gave her pause about the mother in a made-up story she created for her son. She spent the weekend solving the mystery of where the mother went.

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