A Forest Without Trees - Book Two

A Novel 


JP Solanki-Davie

 Title: A Forest Without Trees - Book 2
Author: JP Solanki-Davie
Softcover ISBN
9781998938025 / $24.95 US
Hardcover ISBN 9781998938032 / $49.95 US
($29.95 CDN softcover / $59.95 CDN hardcover)

Fiction: Novel / Science Fiction / Fantasy
Specs: 336 pages, 5.5x8.5" Available now to order
Available from Ingram and Gazelle (and others)











The year is 2640, and our descendants survived the climate breakdown but continue to be divided with how we live on this planet. A giant perimeter shield protects the Federation from the ravaging storms but pacifies those within from its radiation. Tara is a bold and daring young woman raised in the wild by her mother, Sheena. Her unique extra cerebral ability (eca) allows her to connect with electronics and could be the key to freeing citizens of the Federation from the chips that inhibit their eca. Trapped inside the shield and isolated from her friends and family, Tara fights to escape and keep her secrets hidden before the Federation can harness her eca for their diabolical schemes.


Five-Star Review on Goodreads:


An energy pulse has surrounded the city, separating wilderness from civilization, but not all are willing to play that game. In this exciting, action-filled story, we follow Tara as she enters the city games and seeks to obtain the flag and her freedom. It's a cross between The Hunger Games and Maze Runner that will keep you turning pages--I was so hooked, I read it in a day. In a world where games are the profit-makers, the question is if you will play and can you level up. You'll risk everything, but the rewards are great riches. Wanna play a game? Don't lose your marbles--read this book.”

- Sylas Seabrook, 5-Star Review on Goodreads


About the Author


J.P. Solanki-Davie is a creative artist with an Honours Bachelor of Arts with Distinction from the University of Toronto. She built a career as a Registered Massage Therapist and has worked as a Yoga teacher and trainer both locally and internationally. Born in Canada with roots in India, South Africa and Germany, J.P. is passionate about celebrating her diverse identity along with those who don't fit the social mould. Her writing exemplifies her varied knowledge base with an emphasis on nature's healing power. Her series of A Forest Without Trees books have garnered rave reviews and have earned her a fast-growing following.