Faith: The Jovian Gate Chronicles (Book 1)

Category: Science Fiction novel
Length: 266 pages
Age Rating: 15 or older.

What do you do when your mother is dying from a mysterious illness? If you're Cinderella's daughter, you travel hundreds of years into the future to save her.

A brand new series loosely tied to the Cinderella's Secret Witch Diaries series, Faith is an imaginative romp filled with excitement, twists and surprises that will take you on a wild ride from Earth all the way through the Jovian Gate to the distant star 55 Cancri.

Phoebe, Cinderella's daughter and a powerful witch like her mother, searches for a cure for her mother's mysterious illness.

A rare Chronicler able to travel through time, Phoebe left the 19th century only to become trapped far in the future. A future in which humankind has not only traveled to distant stars by discovering the Jovian Gate, but created the powerful grid that interconnects every part of people's lives. Desperately trying to find a way to save her mother and return home, she has become embroiled in a conflict between the peaceful Cancrian race and the warrior-like Lan'khamires. Out of her element and time, Phoebe stumbles upon an interstellar conspiracy that threatens not only her life and those around her, but of the entire human race.

Will she be able to outwit those who chase after her and return back home to save her mother? The clock is ticking, but in more ways than she knows...

Faith is the first book in The Jovian Gate Chronicles series.



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"I have never read any of Ron Vitale’s books before this book so I really didn't know what I would think of this book, but I adored this book. I have never read anything like this and I was seriously hooked on this book and am now dying to read more of his work."

"The characters are multi-dimensional and well written with vivid imagery of character descriptions as well as the settings. There are a lot of clues in the storyline that keep you guessing what twists and turns will be revealed next. Enough to keep me riveted just to see how it ended. As usual not everything, or everyone, are as they appear. I had a hard time not reading it straight through and can't wait for the next book in the series."

"If you enjoyed the Cinderella series, you'll enjoy Faith. Related to, but also a stand alone, this first book in the new series will take you on a adventure with plenty of twists and surprises."