What if you were one of these remote genetic descendants and suddenly awoke one day with sketchy ancient memories, powers you don't understand or know how to control, and vicious enemies you can hardly believe? Could you discover and activate your ancient powers in time to save yourself from an ancient, evil enemy totally dedicated to destroying you? Could you live long enough to unite with others of your kind, whatever that is, for defense or would you quickly die?
This is a story of these human descendants (Dark Angels), many young, thrust into battle for their salvation and the salvation of Earth and all its humans.
|Publisher:||Double Dragon Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||550 KB|
About the Author
Mr. Babb is originally from Oklahoma, but work has taken him from South Florida to South Texas and finally to Southern California where he has spent the last twenty years. Prior to beginning his career in Cable TV, he served in the Navy in communications and traveled the world. His education includes Western Oklahoma State College, Amarillo College, DeVry Institute of Technology, National Cable Television Institute (NCTI), and currently holds an FCC license in communication.
As a business executive, his previous writing experience has been directed toward letters, memos, proposals, and reports, however he has always enjoyed the magic that can be spun with words to sell, convince, or inform those targeted. Earth is Ours is his first effort toward spinning a tale of entertainment. The telling of this story and weaving the words provides a very exciting and entertaining saga, which won Best Fantasy/SciFi 2005 from the San Diego Book Awards Association. The sequel, Target Earth, won Finalist 2006 from the same awards. The third of this series, Earth's Dragons, is complete and is due for release in 2010.
His plans to move back to Oklahoma finally materialized and he and his wife Junie have moved to Muskogee, Oklahoma in the heart of Green Country. He wants to settle into a slower pace and devote his energy to his writing and fishing on Lake Eufaula.