By Sheila O'Connor
"Written with precision and belief, it is a hugely suggested paintings from a author to watch."
"O'Connor . . . is still a consummate artist, actual to her imaginative and prescient of a piece that's bleak, honest, and missing any overt sentimental overtures. Her eye, a poet's eye, misses nothing."
". . . a touching odyssey of a lady poised among the emotional abyss and the reader's heart."
"A delicate, frequently disquieting publication that earrings precise all through. . . . it is the ability of an finished author that we see Faina's amazing spirit, whereas concurrently experiencing her soreness and melancholy. the result is an uplifting, even inspiring publication with none of the sugarcoating frequently present in tales like this."
---California Literary Review
Where No Gods Came is writer Sheila O'Connor's compelling tale of Faina McCoy, a tender woman stuck in a dangerous scheme of complicated lies created for her personal harrowing process of survival. Enmeshed in a tangled family members net, Faina is unexpectedly uprooted opposed to her will from her father and unearths herself part a continent away at the doorstep of a mom who deserted her years before-but who cannot reside with out Faina now. by myself, persecuted, and exploited, Faina needs to fend for herself as she searches for romance and solutions, navigating the streets of an odd urban and forging bonds of feeling with liars and outlaws.