This book recounts the history of the Watchtower/Jehovah's Witness' movement in an autobiographical style. A. H. Macmillan was baptized by the Bible students in 1900 and served at Brooklyn Bethel headquarters until his death in 1966.
Seventeen-year-old Hannah Bailey is at the center of a Nazi secret, a secret hidden for nearly a century. Until now. It's 2029. And as the United States teeters on the brink of disaster, Hannah's life begins to crumble all around her. Tragedy strikes unexpectedly. Someone is trying to kill her. And suddenly no one - including herself - is quite who they seem. Unexpected love helps counter the turbulence, but even then, her heart is still torn in two very different directions.
An A&R hotshot fell in love with them upon hearing a few of their songs, and suddenly all the sweat and soul-draining self-promotion seemed worth it. The band got a call asking them to bring their haunting mix to Manhattan for a label showcase. It was the break of a lifetime. Out of cash and desperate to make it, they set themselves on a collision course with New York. It's a decision that forces each band member to consider just how badly he wants that record deal, and what he's willing to do to get it. No one will stand in their way. Not even each other.