Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation
Unbelief Book 1
by C.B. Stone
Genre: YA Dystopian
171 pages

Darkness has a name…

From the ashes of destruction, the Elite rose up as the ruling power of
the New World, enforcing new laws.
Those laws are broken at great peril.
When she witnesses her best friend taken by force in the night, she knows
he is destined for a fate worse than death.
She’s heard the rumors, the whispers of what happens in
Rehabilitation.
She’s seen the dead looks in the eyes of those who return.
If they return.
But she can’t ignore what she’s witnessed…
No matter the danger.
How can she abandon her best friend to such a fate?
She must try to save him…
No matter the cost.
This is a dystopian series set in a post-apocalyptic world with hints of
romance. Books should be read in order. May be cliff hangers.
Ruin
Unbelief Book 2
161 pages

What happens when your eyes are opened to truth?

I dream that night of walking through the ruins. Strangely, I’m
barefoot. Yet the snow beneath my feet doesn’t feel cold, I don’t
even feel cold. Somehow though, I’m going the right way, I know I
am. I’m not sure how I know… it’s just a knowing I feel deep
down in my bones.
Sinna has stumbled into a world unlike
any she’s ever known. Her eyes have been opened and there’s no
going back. She’s never considered herself a Believer, she always
left that to Jacob, but things are happening fast.
Is there something to this faith stuff after all?

 

And if there is, is it strong enough to see her through what’s coming
next?

 

This is a dystopian series set in a
post-apocalyptic world with hints of romance. Books should be read in
order. May be cliff hangers.
Revelation
Unbelief Book 3
165 pages

She can’t walk away now…

This plan—this crazy, stupid, impossible plan—could work. At the very
least, it will serve to get the boys back into the folds of the
Elite, so they don’t come to any harm for helping me.
And it’ll get me back inside so I can try to save my father—but then
what? How will I get him out? We have no guarantees this will even
work…
Sinna is headed back to Rehabilitation.
Like it or not, she doesn’t see any other alternatives. She can’t just
pretend everything is okay, and hide out in the Garden.
But how will they get back there?

 

And what will happen when
they do? Will they be able make it back out alive a second
time?
Sinna isn’t at all sure about any of it, but her
conscience won’t let her back out now.
God Wars: The Beginnings
Unbelief Book 4
188 pages

In the Beginning…

Believing wasn’t always a crime.
Faith in God wasn’t always illegal.

 

In the glory days of the Old World, there were
many who lived out their faith in full view of all, and taught their
children, and their children’s children about God, their beloved
Creator.
In those days, prayer was still allowed in
schools, church was still held on Sundays with picnics and family get
togethers afterward, and the spare change that jangled in everyone’s
pockets still carried the words ‘In God We Trust’.
Then the God Wars happened. Life was never the same again.

 

This is a prequel. It’s highly recommended to read the Unbelief Trilogy first.
C.B. Stone is sometimes called author, writer, or purveyor of stories. One
might even dub her a yarn spinner if you will. It’s very possible she
might be considered just a little left of normal by most, but she’s
cool with that. Really, she’s too busy avoiding normal to care. On
any given day, you might find Stone pounding away at a keyboard in
sunny Florida, contemplating waves, contemplating life and dreaming
up more exciting stories to share with readers.
Except Sunday’s of course. Sunday’s are God’s day, so you’ll often find her
making her best “joyful noise” with her local church praise
team. When not pounding poor fingers to bloody nuggets and
reinventing the definition of eye strain, C.B. Stone enjoys living it
up, doing the family thing, the kid thing, and the friend thing. And
in her downtime, reading the minds of fans.
Also being invisible. Being invisible is fun.
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