When Rainbows Cry: Rainbow Quest Series: Book 2

When Rainbows Cry: Rainbow Quest Series: Book 2

by Rae Stoltenkamp


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Planet of the Apes meets AvatarLiving in a domed London of the future, 14 year old Petra Sucher is frustrated with the demand her parents place on her as unpaid babysitter for her 4 year old twin brothers. So she does what every teenager would in this situation - she conducts illicit activities. These lead her on a cross-dimensional adventure with an octogenarian and genetically engineered chimpanzee in tow. Together the three of them will either destroy their existence, or be the saving of it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781544836171
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/16/2017
Series: Rainbow Quest , #2
Pages: 210
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Rae is a writer, blogger and former English teacher living in South London. She has a passion for Lindy Hop & Argentine Tango. When she's not chained to her desk and laptop, you will often see her tripping the light fantastic with her tango or Lindy Hop friends.


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Book 1: SIX DEAD MEN - Deed falls in love with his main suspect Madie Bricot.

Book 2: SIX DEGREES - a series of vignettes related to characters and situations in SIX DEAD MEN and its prequel

Prequel: PALINDROME (Due for release Summer 2018).

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Book 2: WHEN RAINBOWS CRY is set some 30 years later and features a 14 year old heroine battling the stresses of teenhood along with her concerns for her failing world. (Due for release December 2017)

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