Dark Before Dawn is a fun read for teens and adults who enjoy paranormal YA fiction such as the Twilight, House of Night, and The Vampire Diaries series, Meg Cabot’s The Mediator series, or Lois Duncan books. It is available in trade paperback, audiobook, and bargain e-book editions. A #1 Amazon Kindle Bestseller for Horror/Occult and for Children’s Science Fiction, Fantasy & Magic.
When ESP Spells D-A-N-G-E-R…
Dawn Christian has been psychic since she was seven years old and has always considered herself an outcast. Even her own mother discourages her talent, so Dawn has kept her abilities quiet and feared a lifetime of loneliness. When she gets involved with a fortuneteller and two teenage girls who share her mysterious perception, Dawn finally belongs to a group.
As her intuition strengthens, so does Dawn’s self esteem. However, when she learns her new friends may be tied to two bizarre murders, she has an important choice to make – continue developing the talent that makes her special, or challenge the only people who have ever accepted her.
Trade paperback version available from your local bookseller and the following on-line retailers:
Direct from publisher – enter code VFFDD6VN at checkout to get the book for $7.99, a three dollar discount off the retail price!
Barnes & Noble
$2.99 e-book versions available from:
Barnes & Noble (Nook)
Sony Reader Store
Also available as part of the Young Ladies of Mystery Boxed Set.
“A spooky and fast moving plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the shocking end…Stacy Juba is a quite a versatile writer and each of her books carry a unique plot that will capture you from the first page and hold you until the final sentence. Dark Before Dawn is a special book that should not be missed.”
- Fresh Fiction
“Stacy Juba wrote this captivating novel for young adults from Dawn’s angle, with realism and a dose of suspense. The main characters are well developed and likeable. The plot is one the reader is willingly following.”
- The Masquerade Crew
“Dark Before Dawn is a choice pick for those seeking works of modern fantasy and ESP.”
- The Midwest Book Review
“An intriguing and mysterious story. I recommend for anyone who enjoys YA paranormals, including older adults. The narrator for this story was spot-on. She was just right for the part of a 16 year old girl and also did a fantastic job differentiating between the characters, including the males.”
“I’m officially, as of right now, Stacy Juba’s number one fan…The plot and writing style was riveting in Dark Before Dawn and I didn’t expect the outcome in the least. When devastating things happened spontaneously in the story, my heart broke every single time. Digging a bit deeper, I love how Juba stitched everything together so magically.”
- My Home Away From Home & Mera’s YA Book List Review
“Paranormal fans/Mystery fans/Young Adult fans will all be united on this excellent teenage witchy tale.”
- Ariesgirl Book Reviews
“I was truly taken with this book… It takes a great plot to really stump and throw the reader off and Juba did an awesome job of keeping me interested. This author is going on my favorites list and I can’t wait to read more of her books.”
- Shadow Kisses
“I love anything to do with psychics, fortune tellers, and teenagers who get themselves into scary situations and Dark Before Dawn didn’t disappoint me at all. This is a Young Adult novel but I can tell you that as an adult I was completely drawn into the story and anxious to see how it would all end…Stacy has an easy way of writing that draws you into her stories and keeps you there.”
- Peeking Between the Pages
“I am a fan of Stacy Juba’s and was intrigued by the plot of this story. I was hooked within the first few chapters. I refused to put it down till it was done…I would recommend this clean read to anyone!”
- Tifferz Book Review
“If you like a nice, easy to follow story with a strong plot, then this will be right up your street.”
- Pandragon Reviews
“Let me just say that I loved this book. Every page gave me the chills and it just kept me guessing what would happen next.”
- Bookworm on the Loose