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Pilgrimage: A Novel of the Sovereign Era
     

Pilgrimage: A Novel of the Sovereign Era

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by Matthew Wayne Selznick
 

The Charters Duology begun in Brave Men Run concludes as the Sovereign Era continues!

April, 1986 - On the eve of the first anniversary of the Donner Declaration, as tensions rise between humanity and the metahuman, super-powered Sovereigns, fathers and sons face desperate choices.

Nate Charters (Brave Men Run -- A

Overview

The Charters Duology begun in Brave Men Run concludes as the Sovereign Era continues!

April, 1986 - On the eve of the first anniversary of the Donner Declaration, as tensions rise between humanity and the metahuman, super-powered Sovereigns, fathers and sons face desperate choices.

Nate Charters (Brave Men Run -- A Novel of the Sovereign Era) struggles with his increasingly tenuous control over his temper and his powers... while Andrew Charters hopes to suppress his own bestial nature to help his distant son.

Sovereign Byron Teslowski trains to join the Sovereign defense force, but a fiery new friend forces him to question his loyalties... and Marc Teslowski, desperate to bring his family back together, falls in with the charismatic leader of an anti-Sovereign militant group.

As Sovereigns the world over converge on the Donner Institute for Sovereign Studies, Nate, Andrew, Byron, and Marc find their paths lead there as well. Will the machinations of enemies and allies tear them violently apart on Declaration Day?

97,000 words

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780976942481
Publisher:
MWS Media
Publication date:
06/22/2013
Pages:
464
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

Meet the Author

Matthew Wayne Selznick is an author and creator living in Long Beach, California.

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Pilgrimage -- A Novel of the Sovereign Era 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I hope Mr. Selznick continues to write about the Sovereign world. There is so much left to uncover. I have to admit that I thought some of the actions of the main protagonist were over the top for the sake of intensity only. It's hard to be sympathetic with a character who did some of the things that Nate did. Still, I am very curious to see what happens with Nate from here on.