Immortal IV: Collision of Worlds [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Immortals broke the rules...now they're paying the price.

"The New World awoke to a roaring wind, light blazed from the mirror swallowing the planet..."

The Guardians broke the rules. As ...
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Immortal IV: Collision of Worlds

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Overview

The Immortals broke the rules...now they're paying the price.

"The New World awoke to a roaring wind, light blazed from the mirror swallowing the planet..."

The Guardians broke the rules. As punishment, Karla and Joseph are transported to a steam powered realm. Tehotep is now ruler of the empire. Karla is his concubine. Vampires roam the streets. Androids enforce a demon's will.

And there is no way out. Except death...

Cover art and design by Quinton Veal
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Editorial Reviews

http://www.charlessaunderswriter.com/ - Charles Saunders
“Consider a world that is much like our own, but better in ways that matter most...Consider a world that is post-racial but still acknowledges racial differences. Consider a world in which shape-shifting and sorcery coexist with advanced technology. Consider a utopia on the brink of disaster...The Immortal novels are multi-racial, multi-cultural, and multidimensional. Valjeanne is adept at writing about relationships, everyday activities, conflicts, near-future technology, and mind-boggli
http://www.daathrekh.com/index.html - Edward Uzzle
“Immortal is an amazing story that flows like water. It’s a speculative-cool piece that takes the reader on a trip that is horror, cyber-punk, and fantasy, all rolled in one. Valjeanne Jeffers is one of those authors who can make words drip color. I had a ball exploring her world. I was captivated by the surreal dreamscapes Karla and Joseph ebbed in and out of, and the utilitarian society in which they spent their waking lives.”
—Edward Uzzle, author of Neters an
http://www.mvmediaatl.com/index.html - Milton Davis
“I'm not a shape shifter fan but I'm a definite Valjeanne Jeffers fan. She takes the genre and tosses it around, combining sci-fi, horror and romance resulting in an exciting and interesting book. Valjeanne also makes her characters very believable in this fantastic setting. She never fails to incorporate the character's personal and ordinary struggles into their extraordinary and public lives. Valjeanne is also a master at action scenes. Her fight scenes and exciting and tense, just like
http://dorgoland.blogspot.com/ - Joe Bonadonna
“Jeffers offers up a whole world of werewolves and demons, street gangs and drug addicts, drug rehab, political and social upheaval, revolution, and corporate overlords. But now she's added "soul stealers" into the mix—vampires who not only drink blood but steal time from their victims. Add to all this some new and intriguing characters, plus demons, centaurs, mermen, merwomen, folks who "walk between the raindrops," and mirrors that are actually portals into other realities...Valj
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014214230
  • Publisher: Valjeanne Jeffers-Thompson
  • Publication date: 4/5/2012
  • Series: Immortal , #0
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 103 KB

Meet the Author

Valjeanne Jeffers is a graduate of Spelman College and North Carolina Central University and a member of the Carolina African American Writer’s Collective.
Her writing has been published in The Obamas: Portrait of America’s New First Family: From the Editors of Essence.

Her poems have been published (under the pen name Valjeanne Jeffers-Thompson) in Revelry 2006, The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South 2007, Drumvoices Revue, Say It Loud: Poems About James Brown, Liberated Muse I: How I Freed My Soul, Volume I (as Valijeanne Jeffers) and she was one of the 2007 semifinalists for the Rita Dove Poetry Award. Valjeanne's poetry and fiction have also appeared in Pembroke Magazine Volume 39.

Her short stories has been published in Griots: A Sword and Soul Anthology, Genesis Science Fiction Magazine, Genesis: A Black Science Fiction Anthology, PurpleMag numbers 7, 8 and 9, LuneWing, 31 Days of Steamy Mocha, Griots II: Sisters of the Spear, Steamfunk! and Possibilties (all under the pen name Valjeanne Jeffers).

Valjeanne works as an editor for Mocha Memoirs Press and as a freelance editor.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2012

    I had to finish the series but i dont feel like ive finished anything

    No closure this seems like it was written in a hurry. Gone was the smooth prose from the first two books. I understood I3 ethereal feel bc of the addition of the Annabelle but here in I4 the story was all over the place. I feel that almost every story line introduced, in the conclusion to the series, needed closure that i didnt find or at tje least expansion so that thry fit more properly.

    The suthor had such a great story going in the fist few books ut didnt do her own ideas justice in this one.

    Perhaps you'll find what i didnt. If youve read the other books it's worth giving this one a try.

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    Posted June 1, 2012

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