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The Zygan Emprise: Renegade Paladins and Abyssal Redemption
     

The Zygan Emprise: Renegade Paladins and Abyssal Redemption

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by YS Pascal
 

Renegade Paladins: Singularity Channel viewers may recognize Hollywood actress Shiloh Rush as Ensign Tara Guard from the sci-fi TV series Bulwark, but nobody knows Shiloh is leading a double life. Haunted by the mysterious disappearance of her beloved older brother, Shiloh hopes to track him down by following in his footsteps as a secret agent for the Zygan

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Renegade Paladins: Singularity Channel viewers may recognize Hollywood actress Shiloh Rush as Ensign Tara Guard from the sci-fi TV series Bulwark, but nobody knows Shiloh is leading a double life. Haunted by the mysterious disappearance of her beloved older brother, Shiloh hopes to track him down by following in his footsteps as a secret agent for the Zygan Federation, an intergalactic empire still hidden from Earth. During this quest, Shiloh and her British co-star Spud, also a Zygan agent, fly into space--for real--to stop terrorists and invaders who could destroy the Federation and kill millions throughout the universe. Sent back in time to Earth's Ancient Middle East to save the life of a young prophet and prevent Earth's destruction, Shiloh and Spud stumble on a diabolical conspiracy and barely escape with their lives. Their assignment sabotaged, Shiloh and Spud discover the villains' real mission, face powerful enemy fighters from warrior planets and traitors from their own ranks, and race against time to save Earth.

Abyssal Redemption: Hollywood actors Shiloh Rush and Spud Escott star in the sci-fi TV series Bulwark, but, off camera, they’re real secret agents for the Zygan Federation, an intergalactic empire hidden from Earth. Desperate to save her long-lost brother, also a Zygan Intelligence agent, from the clutches of an intergalactic terrorist and his minions, Shiloh enlists Spud to travel to a desolate dimension and mount a rescue, using the Golden Fleece she has borrowed from ancient prophet Yeshua Bar Maryam. On the trail, Shiloh and Spud risk their lives in the mysterious nebula, The Plegma, and face menacing demons, vampires, guerrillas, and Valkyries as they storm the gates of Hades. Returning to Earth, they find that their actions have resulted in devastating changes in the path of our history and that the Earth and the people they left behind no longer exist. Will they have to sacrifice their lives to save Earth’s?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011402128
Publisher:
YS Pascal
Publication date:
06/19/2011
Series:
Zygan Emprise , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
794,239
File size:
608 KB

Meet the Author

Photo: Y.S. Pascal and one of her fans. Y.S. Pascal is an award-winning author of mystery-thrillers and feature articles, a scientist, and the parent of three wonderful teens. Her first book in the Zygan Emprise Series, Where Angels Fear to Tread/Renegade Paladins won a 2010 Mensa Sharp Writ Books Award. Her mystery thriller, Dead Air, co-written as Linda Reid, won the 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award for Best Suspense/Thriller.

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The Zygan Emprise: Renegade Paladins and Abyssal Redemption 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Full of ridiculous gismos and gadgets that allowed agents to do just about anything. The boring explanations and the complicated invented language (actually includes an extensive dictionary/glossar) for these gadgets and actions just were too much. I couldn't make it past page 159. The last description of an impossible alien species (consisting of water or mist who constantly sprayed those around) had drug on so long that I just could not take anew alien species consisting of mist. I don't know what book the reviewer who gave this 5 stars was reading, but it sure was NOT the same book I read. Very little action and lots of boring explanation. Definitely has nothing in common with Star Wars, Star Trek, or even Hitchhiker's Guide.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun, funny, exciting page-turner filled with action and adventure and seasoned with humor and romance. Keeps you thinking even after you've stayed up all night to finish the book. Fans of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Star Trek, and Star Wars of all ages will especially enjoy this two volume set.