Tuesday, June 05, 2012

New Release: Legends of Origin 2: Orion's Harvesters (Vanessa Finaughty)


New Release: 
Legends of Origin 2 - Orion's Harvesters - Vanessa Finaughty - Fantasy - Science-Fiction/Apocalyptic (2012) - Only for Mature Readers

About the Book

Legends of Origin 2 - Orion's Harvesters - Read a Sample
Two months after Liam MacAskill’s return to Earth from Tridor Monastery, a portal opens in Orion’s Nebula, and a continent-sized spaceship emerges. It heads for Earth, where it hovers over Africa. Shortly thereafter, a second alien species comes through the portal. Then impossibility becomes reality – the second species steals Earth’s sun.

The first species, the T’Acan – or Harvesters, as some call them – seem friendly enough, but Liam suspects they are omitting something about their reasons for visiting Earth, which seem lame to him. It doesn’t take Liam long to discover what… They have to be stopped, but how to stop an invincible enemy?

Air force and military attacks have no effect on the T’Acan spaceship, but Earth has a secret defence not even the military are aware of – a powerful weapon that harnesses ley line energy, kept hidden by warrior monks since humanity’s beginnings. It could save Earth when even nuclear weapons would fail… but will it be enough to drive the T’Acan harvesters away, and will the untested weapon work the way they hope?

Will Liam succeed in aiding the warrior monks’ efforts, or will he merely create more casualties? Is Liam’s friend, Jack, right to distrust the little blue alien they meet on the T’Acan ship, or is Liam’s trust going to be betrayed again? As Liam races against time to warn Arthean that Tridor’s Earth may be in the same danger, even he isn’t sure he’ll make it in time.

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About the Author

Vanessa Finaughty on Indie Author News
Vanessa Finaughty grew up in Cape Town, and still lives there with her husband of thirteen years and plenty of furry, four-legged ‘children’.

Her passion for the written word started her career as an editor and copywriter, and she part-ran a writers’ critique group for close on seven years. She's been writing ever since she learnt how, has always been an avid reader, and currently lives on coffee and cigarettes.

Vanessa's interests include reading, photography, watching good movies, the supernatural, life's mysteries and martial arts, of which she has five years’ experience.

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