This book is bargain priced from 01/17/2014 until 03/31/2014
For the Kota Warriors, everything has changed. Trok has abandoned them. Cruelthor has disappeared. They’re cut off from Earth, never to return. On their own, what purpose do they serve now?
Ebon is a desolate planet never meant for human life. The Ebonite colonists have long been trying to exterminate the native Kynajabi creatures, and the Warriors soon find themselves entangled in the turmoil of their new world. The Warrior Seer becomes a god-prophet, working to guide the suffering citizens and veterans of the Kynajabi Eradication Effort. The Hunter and the Fighter continue the search for Cruelthor, but soon an unexpected source tells them of a new mission. And the Warrior Leader? Well, it’s up to Cliqani to heal her mysteriously resurrected Earthling patient, who may be able to save the colonists from the native beasts. However, it’s Trok’s Ebonite friend who holds the secret to restoring peace for Ebon and its inhabitants.
Together, the Warriors and their Ebonite hosts must learn to sacrifice for the benefit of others – even others most alien.
Targeted Age Group: 15+
Book Price: $0.99
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Sunshine Somerville lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She graduated from Cornerstone University in 2004 with a degree in English Literature and was awarded the 2004 English Award for Excellence, also self-publishing her first book that year. Besides writing, her creative outlets include painting and making feature-length, spoof movies such as “Love Not Really” and “I Knew What You Did Last Summer, Then I Forgot, But Now I Remember Again.” She also enjoys spending time outdoors on her family’s hunting preserve and is a huge “Arrested Development” and “Lost” fan. She would like to point out that, yes, this is her real name.
“I’ve pretty much always been obsessed with all things science fiction. When I was nine, I began to write ‘The Kota Series’ and based the story on what I, my brother, and our two best friends played all day out in the woods while our mothers wondered if we might be taking it a little too seriously. Fast-forward 20+ years later, and I still probably spend too much time thinking about time-travel, superpowers, heroes and villains, zombies, alien planets, etc.” – Sunshine Somerville