The Axalan Revelation

The Axalan Revelation

by Raymond Burke

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Overview

The Axalan Revelation by Raymond Burke

THE GALAXY'S FATE HANGS IN THE BALANCE

The Starguards have mysteriously vanished from Magna Aura, following the Lore War. Their time-travelling kin, the Astrals, have taken over the galactic stage in their stead. But they are split, their leader Lord Aeon missing, leaving the Chronopolis vulnerable to attack from within and without.

Earth 2216: On the war-battered frontline against the implaccable Axalan Empire, Base Commander Xaul Relentus and Xeno-specialist Lynn Kellis counter the Axalan superbeing threat, the Superions. With them are two young Astrals, Aristedes and Zane, searching for their father. But a desperate telepathic cry for help cuts through time altering their mission and lives.

The enigmatic alien Starfighter Machine encounters humanity. Alone it could be a second war front or help shift the balance of power in Earth's favour. And they will need it.

For when all their paths collide, the Earth-Axalan war will pale in comparison when they discover the galaxy is being destroyed. The choice is clear: unite to save the galaxy or die to an evil force.

The Starguards - of Humans, Heroes, and Demigods is an epic sci-fi series, continuing with The Axalan Revelation, chronicling the heroic family lines throughout time and space.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780992890643
Publisher: Ray Burke
Publication date: 12/11/2017
Series: Starguards - Of Humans, Heroes, and Demigods , #2
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Raymond Burke is a British-born author - The Axalan Revelation the 2nd book in The Starguards series.

His background includes an early life in Canada and the US, employment in the British Army as an aircraft technician, an MSc degree in Archaeology from University College London, and is also a member of The Mars Society. He is a short-article writer and has aspirations to be a screen-writer.

Raymond cunningly lives without a fridge, satellite TV, iPods, and he also can't drive. He's a self-confessed 21st century caveman . . . and loves it!

Through all, he has been a keen and aspiring writer. He lives in London.

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