On Winged Gossamer
Both Imperial Governor Scholtz and the Sovereignty Movement face a wildcard: a self-proclaimed queen, armed with an unstoppable A.I. and unbeatable warriors.
“This is a great story that is beautifully told... unforgettable characters, a well-imagined post-apocalyptic setting, and a monumental conflict. The twists will entice any reader and keep them rooting for the characters.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, Ruffina Oserio (5 STARS)
Eena is discouraged because the Sovereignty Movement has reached an all-time low, and martial law increasingly cramps the workers’ freedom. The students, pulled from the university to work at Onmatson Farm, labor under deplorable conditions. The cloned babies still face a dehumanized future. And Caellum, the leader who’s presumed dead, slinks about in Transtopia’s shadows until the oppressed farm hands revolt.
How will Biate, ensconced in Denver Airport and called “The Mad Queen,” impact the power struggle between Imperial Governor Charles Scholtz and the Sovereignty Seekers. Her unbeatable military force, and her connection to a powerful A.I., worries Dora and Caellum. So does her determination to obtain a child—not just any child, but a child of royal lineage—because when Dora gives birth to Michael, he’s the only such child around.
“The plot is twisty. The conflict is colossal. The characters are solidly developed... The story is fast-paced and episodic, balanced, and deftly written.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, Romuald Dzemo (5 STARS)
“...a hugely engrossing, intimate, and detailed work of sci-fi and fantasy fiction with plenty of intrigue on all sorts of different levels to offer its readers.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, K.C. Finn (5 STARS)