Pub: September 5, 2023
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A resistance group takes America’s racial reckoning into its own hands in this powerful, stirringly original debut novel that asks the question: what might an actual war against white supremacy look like?
After the murder of an unarmed Black teenager by the hands of the police, protests spread like wildfire in Bliss City, New Jersey. A full-scale resistance group takes control of an abandoned housing project and decide to call it Hush Harbor, a term once used to describe to the secret spaces where slaves would gather to pray.
Jeremiah Prince, alongside his sister Nova, are leaders of the revolution, but have ideological differences regarding how the movement should proceed. When a new mayor with ties to white supremacists threatens the group’s pseudo-sanctuary and locks the city down, the collective must come to a decision for their very survival.
Haunting, provocative, heart-pounding and tender, Hush Harbor presents a high-stakes world grounded on the thought-provoking premise: what would you sacrifice in the name of justice?