Ten children are stolen from their parents while at a summer camp and genetically altered. They have become part human and part something else, each with extraordinary capabilities. These new abilities cause them to become freaks in a society that is being altered by the geneticist who made them – Oscar Zoroaster, the self proclaimed Wizard of Oz. His technological prowess is far beyond standard science and he deploys it on an unsuspecting populace causing worldwide chaos. This evil genius wants to reshape the world using a computer virus called EPITOMY and will stop at nothing to achieve his goals. Johnny, a young boy and his father find themselves thrust into this world of espionage and technology that stretch their imaginations to the limit. Johnny meets Tinker, one of the ten children, and together they forge ahead in the hope of survival. Unknown to anyone, Oscar has created a subprogram within the virus, the Oz Immortality Sequence. In the event of death – reanimation takes effect. Can it be stopped, or has Oz unleashed a technological mammoth that will bring the world to its knees?
Embark on a magnificent mystifying journey with Tanis Theatra as he is called to impress with an Emerald dragon and trains to be a dragon rider at remote Mt. Drago. Here he meets fellow riders and their remarkable dragons along with the Queen who holds command of the mountain. He soon discovers that the Queen has many secrets that begin to unfold as he meets and has to battle with other species, puzzling Clans, and a whole new way of life that unfurls before him. The series takes you to new worlds and additional mountain homes . . . places filled with powerful, very extraordinary dragons. Ride along with Tanis and Queen Mother to discover the truth behind it all, meet the diverse dragons and their companions, and unlock the special powers of both human and dragon kind.
There are three books in the Larger World trilogy. They take you through the phenomenon known as “Out of Body” and give further details about the how and why of astral traveling. Readers are introduced to breathing exercises, types of travelers, and dream journals. Book Two gives the reader further explanations, as well as teaching the dangers and possibilities of the various topics. The associations between the scientific and philosophical aspects are explored in more detail. In the third book, the altar pyramid is explained and colorful images of the thirteen altars in the pyramid are examined. Each person is represented by one of these altars and the reader can determine which one suggests them. An enlightening experience to self-awareness.
Detective John Yardley and FBI agent, Frank Williams are on a quest. They are determined to stop a manipulative, unknown mass murderer, whose targets seem to be specific politicians in a bizarre and maniacal killing spree...one that draws them into a world of dreams and nightmares beyond their wildest imaginations. Awaiting them are unbelievable terrors, chilling twists and turns, and a scope of destruction that they would never have believed possible.
"Solitaire Parke takes the reader into the world of dreams. The description is so well written; the reader is transported into the world Dorian creates for his victims. Everything is so vivid and descriptive that it isn't hard to get lost in the story. 'Vengeance of the Wolf' is an absolute read by anyone who loves a good thriller...It leaves you guessing until the very end." - Beverly Rearick
“Tapestry is a vivid sojourn inside the mind of the poet. His inspirations, hopes and fears come to life through a series of interlacing poems which depict his life and careers, his loves and disappointments, and his successes. Great to ponder in the wee hours of any long and lonely night.”
This author's work has been likened to Edgar Allen Poe and William Shakespeare, and I can see why. Classics are read to this day for a reason, and I wouldn't be surprised to someday see this book listed with the great minds of the past. This is destined to be a classic as well. I gave this 5 stars, and it earned every one of them. - Kay Glass