YA dystopian sci-fi called SAVIORS' SPRING. I finished the first draft a few weeks ago and it's out with my beta readers for feedback. I still have a lot of work to do, but in my own mind the back cover would read something like this:
“The Saviors protect me and keep me from harm.”
The Saviors appeared in the sky on Judgment Day and proclaimed the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth – by force. Now no one remembers that the world was ever different, except, perhaps, for a whisper in the hearts of demons. Under the Saviors’ forbidding guidance no one starves and no one dies of disease and angels keep the peace. But when 15 year old Yasmeen Robertson fishes a drowning boy out of the Chicago River, she sets off a chain of events that threatens to shake the Kingdom of Heaven to its foundations. For Yaz and the boy have stumbled upon something that dredges up questions from the time before Judgment Day. Questions about the identity of the Saviors, their reasons for coming, their plans for humanity. Questions that an archangel of the Saviors will suppress at any cost. An archangel who just happens to be the boy’s uncle.
I'm always on the lookout for good beta readers. So if you'd like to help out drop me a line and I'll send you the manuscript. All feedback welcomed!