Nemesis Destiny: Generations

Nemesis Destiny: Generations

by Scott Sievers

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Overview

It was his time…it was their destiny

The son of two Fleet officers is taken to the Fleet Academy after his mother is killed saving thousands of lives. His father alone knows he does not have the time he needs to devote to his son. The boy is persecuted badly at the Academy for being a "Fleet Brat" meaning his father is an admiral, and the other students are jealous and take their frustrations out on him.

During his struggle through the academy, he begins to dream. Medieval dreams of things he has never seen or imagined. A girl with brilliant red hair and emerald green eyes who lives in a massive stone castle. His dreams are so powerful that he excludes most other females from his life, despite his friends efforts to the contrary. His predicament in the academy results in meeting the one person that has been searching for him, and his life takes a drastic turn for the better. That person even seems to think he may one day realize his dreams. But, realizing his dreams may not be as "dreamy" as he thinks.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946848901
Publisher: Scott Sievers
Publication date: 05/20/2017
Series: Nemesis Destiny , #1
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)

About the Author

Scott Sievers is an Author, a Mechanic, a Carpenter, a Plumber, an Electrician, a Gunsmith, a Machinist, a Welder and so much more. If asked, he will tell you his greatest accomplishments are having two wonderful children and having managed to keep one crazy and wonderful wife for 30 years. Scott manages Outyard Apiaries and is himself a Beekeeper. Interests involve Fishing and horseback riding withhis wife Sherry, building engines and restoring old tractors with his father, as well as gaming with his children, his wife and his parents. He has been wri+ng since 1979.

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