Kimber: Book One of The Elyrian Chronicles
Join Kimber on a dangerous journey through the wasteland of post World War III America in search for evidence of inhumane genetic experimentation. Evidence so powerful that it could free her people from a life of lies and servitude.
The year is now 2209, and what is left of humanity is trying to rebuild in Inanna, a subterranean city named after the ancient goddess of fertility and war. The designers of Inanna had known the human body would be too fragile to ever compete with the piercing gamma rays on the surface and were secretly contracted by the American government to preserve life at ANY cost. So began the sanctioned grafting of human DNA with the genomes of Earth’s most radiation-resistant animal species. The lines of morality are blurred in a chaotic race against time; a race to build an Ark for the salvation of life itself.
Kimber is one of 23. She, her brothers, and her sisters are the first of their kind and are humanity’s last hope. They are a brand-new and stunning subspecies of humans called Auroras. Named for the colorful magnetic phenomenon of the heavens, the Auroreans come of age in a city where they are forced to answer a life-changing question: Are they Inannian citizens or are they slaves?
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ORION: Book Two of The Elyrian Chronicles
Join our heroes Kimber & Tristan, along with their Aurorean brothers and sisters, on a journey west to find answers in the wasteland that has become America.
The trail is riddled with monsoons and surprises, taking our characters into the heart of the nuclear warzone that reshaped America over a century ago. Are the answers they seek worth risking their lives for though? Cheyenne beckons on the horizon and the biggest surprise of all awaits.
Book Three of The Elyrian Chronicles
After years of being away from home, Kimber is faced with a decision. A promise remains unkept to deliver news of the world to Inanna, but the answers that the Auroreans were looking for have opened Pandora's Box of riddles.
Inconsistencies have lingered for decades. Bigger questions need answering. And home now seems more like the scorched surface, under the light of the eternal borealis, more than the caves of Inanna ever had. Does Kimber journey back into the sunrise, or does she travel further down the rabbit hole?
Elyria: The First Prequel
The Chronicles of Elyria series takes place in an dystopian world, decades after a solar storm has wiped out the Earth's ozone layer. But what fueled such unprecedented energy in the core of our once stable sun to power a flare strong enough to decimate Earth's atmosphere?
Almost a century before the storm, came Elyria. A planet spinning though space on a broken axis, ejected from its orbit by the supernova of its own star onto a fateful trajectory. For billions of years Elyria was set on a collision course with the Sun. Humanity braced itself for impact fearing it would be their Armageddon, but Elyria's impact had quite the opposite effect. The newly introduced Elyrian elements began to react in the Sun's core, increasing luminosity and handing Humanity the key to limitless energy.
Elyria, The First Prequel, follows Dr. Kimberly Thatcher in a pre-flare world during the time of the Harnessing. The year is 2189 and energy is abundant, global hunger has ended, and disease has all but been eradicated in the 77 years of post-war peace. The 11 billion citizens of Earth feel untouchable in their new nirvana; all except a group of government-contracted scientists who are working against the clock to develop ways of preserving the human genome. Unusual solar activity had been on the increase, and astronomers know a cataclysmic solar storm is not a matter of if, it is a matter of when.
But in the crusade to protect life, where are the lines of morality drawn?
War: The Second Prequel
The year is 2077 and tensions over energy, religion, and genetic modification have been on the rise throughout late 21st century. The world has been teetering on the brink of an energy crisis for decades when the Hubble IV telescope identifies a celestial body moving through space, approximately 35 years away.
Hundreds of state-of-the-art models on the planet's trajectory are simulated, all pointing to an imminent impact with the Sun. The planet, named Elyria, is the catalyst as the world collapses into chaos. Proxy wars break out in a global scramble for resources. National boundaries are redrawn as countries are invaded and entire populations are enslaved. America tries to retain a policy of isolationism, but is pulled into the panic headfirst following a daisy-chain of nuclear attacks on U.S. soil.
World War III is here.