Overviews and Reviews
Eena and Gavin are among those abandoned on the surface that survive aircraft falling from skies, raging winds, and unrelenting electrical storms. Nor have they survived Solar Flash to be held under the thumbs of the subsequently arriveing Landlords and Social Engineering minions.
Revulsion grips Eena when the new rulers offer her a rise in status by working in a lab to turn cloned infants into a bionic workforce.
The dream of flying with an eagle to a distant mountain to a beckoning Native American elder shakes Eena to action. Though retrievers hunt down runners from townships, she clasps the Journey of Man pendant that matches Grandfather's and leads five youths into the desert.
Arrival at Three Mountains Community fuels the determination to return to help those left behind and leads to
a momentous discovery: a portal opening to the ancient land of Mu, where giant birds fly and people ride them.
As the large-eyed chick with tufts of feathers sprouting from stipled skin, drew Eena into its world, she wonders about the sky travelers. The augurs' help may be the last, best chance to achieve human sovereignty. Perhaps your kind will empower our mission to save the weaponless workers imprisoned in the townshps.
She names the chick Cesla and it's kind Augurs because bonding with them and piloting the great birds through the portal augurs a brighter future for humanity.
Cold, hard glass resists the palm Dora places as close as possible to the prisoner’s until the guard leads Caellum away. The slam of the heavy door separating them seems final, the approach of his execution unstoppable.
In this second book of the New Earth Chronicles, both in Three Mountains and in Transtopia, an air of futility weighs the driving question: how to free, Caellum, the Landlord's poster boy of the doomed sovereignty movement.
As the imperial governor prods production of docility-inducing nanites and the union of Dora and his son
Rolf, the ancient Druidic wisdom of Adair, the mother
of Scholtz’s grandson draws Dora to the nine-sided
outdoor structure, Cedarhenge. As they complete the stained glass mural, Dora remains oblivious of the powerful secret resonating around the etched class Triskelion perched on a pedestal in its midst.
While the Sovereignty Movement struggles, Scholtz flexes his
muscles with two important decrees, the first to inject nanites into the population starting with children; the second, the gala event of the season—the nuptials of his son Rolf Scholtz and Dora d’Arc.