The search for Ken Brody’s wife continues in this gripping second chapter in the Jaxxa Rakala saga, where perceptions are challenged and new alliances are born.
In an effort to learn more about her past, Ken and his team of pirate rogues head to Stacey’s home planet of Trynoruus, only to find an uninhabitable wasteland of raging electrical storms. That doesn’t stop Ken and his daughters from exploring the ruins of her home and finding several journals detailing Stacey’s past — tales of a life Ken isn’t quite sure he’s ready to hear.
But after an attack abruptly ends the expedition, separating Jacquline from her family and shutting Kahil’s systems down, the team retreats to Kahli’s home planet of Rega-One for help. Once there, secrets are stripped away to reveal the truth behind the legends and lies of the past, forcing everyone to look deep within their own hearts for who they are and who they want to become.
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About the Author
Bryan Caron is an award-winning creative director and owner of Phoenix Moirai, the creative genius behind all of your graphic design, writing and videography needs. With a Bachelor Degree in Creative Writing and an Associate Degree in Computer Graphic Design, Bryan spent nine years working full-time as a graphic designer, rising through the ranks from lowly scrubber to senior graphic designer, while working nights and weekends on his writing and films. Over that time, Bryan wrote, directed, edited and produced several short and feature films (including the award-winning coming-of-age dramas, "My Necklace, Myself" and "Secrets of the Desert Nymph,") and published three novels — "Year of the Songbird", Jaxxa Rakala: The Search", and "In the Light of the Eclipse". At the beginning of 2014, Bryan branched out on his own, bringing all of his skills and talents under one roof to form a one-stop shop for all of your creative needs. He now works hard continuing to build his company, while remaining true to his passion, carving out all the time he can to devote to his personal artistic endeavors. He currently resides in Murrieta, California.