The Key

The Key

by Brian Fisher
     
 

Earth is a fabled planet long lost to the invading Ta'Reeth. With humanity scattered amongst the stars, there is little hope for survival, much less peace. That is until T'Sula Mir, a Bakeeron woman trained by monks in the ancient fighting arts of her home, is thrust into the heart of the struggle.

The Ta'Reeth are an unstoppable, genetically engineered

Overview

Earth is a fabled planet long lost to the invading Ta'Reeth. With humanity scattered amongst the stars, there is little hope for survival, much less peace. That is until T'Sula Mir, a Bakeeron woman trained by monks in the ancient fighting arts of her home, is thrust into the heart of the struggle.

The Ta'Reeth are an unstoppable, genetically engineered warrior race bent on total domination. Only a few can stand against them, and even they cannot do so for long.

When terrorists attack, T'Sula has no choice but to face her inner demons and take the fight to the Ta'Reeth. Only she has the ability to unlock the secrets hidden in the shatterd remnants of the past and bring peace to a galaxy ravaged by generations of war.

Join the fight for peace in this high octane Science Fiction action adventure!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011532047
Publisher:
Brian Fisher
Publication date:
09/24/2011
Series:
T'Sula Mir Chronicles , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
310,579
File size:
384 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

I was born and raised in North East Oregon, traveled the world for a couple of years (South Korea, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Kosovo, Macedonia, and of course most of the 50 United States), and finally came to rest in Central Ohio. Most of my travels were courtesy of the U.S. Army, where I was a Helicopter mechanic and Crew Chief for eight years(CH-47D Chinook and AH-64A Apache). My education includes the University of Maryland, Central Texas College, Stark State College of Technology, and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. I am currently enrolled at the University of North Dakota for Mechanical Engineering. I love to write. It's something that I picked up while I was deployed to Kosovo so many years ago. I ran out of books to read, so I decided to try to write something that I would want to read, and I was hooked. I write constantly. Even when I'm not actively writing, I'm thinking about my characters and stories, so it is an ongoing process. I hope that you enjoy my writing as much as I enjoy doing it.

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