Royals like Dora d'Arc manage the human herd; they don't fall in love with rebels like Caellum Nichols that face execution for challenging imperial reign.
“...The Triskelion is an accomplished science fiction novel of high literary quality, expanding a fantastically developed new world... ...a gripping read and a solid continuation for the ‘New Earth Chronicles.” ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews (5 STARS x4)
The Imperial Governor wrestles with worries about dangers that lurk in the Zone of Destruction (ZD), demands from his off-world reptilian handler, approaching famine, and the urgency to inject the restless population with docility-inducing nanites.
Dora holds a secret meeting with citizens and weds Rolf Scholtz. Meanwhile, Caellum escapes prison, a van loaded with vials of nanites appears at a local school to inject the children, and a stranger approaches from the ZD.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a compelling speculative/visionary tale, with post-apocalyptic elements, to bring the past full circle into the future, in this second book in the “New Earth Chronicles” series.. [DRM-Free]
Books by Victoria Lehrer
- The Augur's View (New Earth Chronicles – Book 1)
- The Triskelion> (New Earth Chronicles – Book 2)
- On Winged Gossamer (New Earth Chronicles – Book 3) [Coming 2020]
More Great Speculative Fiction from Evolved Publishing
- The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky by David Litwack
- The "Eloah" Series by Lex Allen
- The “Grims’ Truth” Series by Isu Yin & Fae Yang
- "The Seekers" Series by David Litwack
About the Author
EDITOR: I was born a bibliophile, but it wasn't until high school that I discovered my knack for editing and decided I wanted to edit fiction. I love the feel of a book in my hands, and I may or may not be one of those crazy book sniffers. In my spare time (which is in short supply), I enjoy playing board games and card games with my husband and two teen boys, perusing antique shops, and, of course, reading. What I love most about editing is cultivating relationships with authors. I feel fortunate to be able to share in their creative vision as an editorial partner. I am inspired by their dedication and I enjoy helping them achieve their goals.