Alora Factor

Invasion of the Realm Jumpers

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Pub Date 04 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 19 Dec 2022
Williams Multimedia, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles

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If you can’t get enough of comic book movies, superheroes and Black Girl Magic, Alora Factor is your next read!

Alora Factor needs to buy a new vaulting pole, finish her math homework and wash and twist her hair before getting to bed early. Since save-the-world training began, she starts at 5 a.m. almost every morning to get to training before 6 a.m. because her demi-god trainer doesn’t like to be kept waiting.

It would be one thing if it was only her - after all getting powers from your ancestors and fighting for social justice has been the destiny of almost every Factor female since The Mothers first received their powers from the goddess Oshun, shortly after escaping enslavement. But Alora’s besties, Andrew and Andrea have also been drafted to fight alongside her in an escalating battle that now includes beings from another realm.

Alora is the only Factor female to be born in a generation and her cousins currently fighting in the field aren’t getting any younger. In fact, the lack of available females with full powers is a big part of what’s made this battle even harder and hers to take on five years earlier than usual. Alora’s got a lot going against her, but she’s also got a lot of love and support. Will Alora become the best Factor to ever take the field or will she be the last of her kind?

If you can’t get enough of comic book movies, superheroes and Black Girl Magic, Alora Factor is your next read!

Alora Factor needs to buy a new vaulting pole, finish her math homework and wash and...


A Note From the Publisher

Illustrated by Damon Freeman for Damonza

Illustrated by Damon Freeman for Damonza


Advance Praise

“A magnificently inclusive, culturally rich story of three teenagers destined to save the universe.”
Independent Book Review

”Strong, diverse, relatable characters each bring something unique to this well-woven story, interspersed with world-saving action which will leave readers eager for more.”
Self-Publishing Review

”The characters are colorful and immensely likable. If you’re a fan of young adult fantasy fiction, I can’t recommend Alora Factor enough.”
—Pikasho Deka for Reader’s Favorite

“A magnificently inclusive, culturally rich story of three teenagers destined to save the universe.”
Independent Book Review

”Strong, diverse, relatable characters each bring something unique to this...


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This was exactly what I was hoping for from a super-hero novel, the Alora Factor has a great start and keeps you invested in what was happening til the end. I enjoyed the characters, they were interesting and what I was hoping for in them. The world was interesting and the plot worked so well, I hope there is more in this universe.

“I’ve seen three different faces over the past two weeks” The young woman who's been doing all of the talking takes a hesitant step forward, but doesn't get too close. “I think at least one of them is at or near the stairwell at the end of the hall because we were warned that if we ran that way, we’d be caught. And it’s too high to jump, so that’s our only escape route.” She rubs her right hand up and down her left arm a few times.

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