, Kei Miller’s second novel, is a harrowing one. Should the Almighty deem it necessary to broadcast a message to the people of Earth, Warners become the loudspeakers, their lungs, vocal cords, and tongues blasting said message for all to hear. Their screams demand repentance, foretelling disaster and doom, which, not surprisingly, makes the rest of society ill at ease. Warners garner both respect and terror, existing on the outskirts of the community. Such is the role that Adamine Bustamante accepts, and she finds she’s one of the strongest divine messengers in history.