Charger the Soldier launched today!

No mysterious words today; I’m too excited about this book being published! Here’s the back page blurb:

Charger The Soldier frontIn 2030, extraterrestrials attack Earth with poison mist and terrifying technology. Sacrificing his chance for a normal life, Henry is converted to a powerful super-soldier. He becomes Charger the Hyborg, twice as big, with metal armor as skin, artificial blood, two genetically modified werewolves mind-linked to him, and four wicked fangs –– Frankenstein meets Dracula.

Billions die … Earth becomes a burned-out ruin … and humans are grateful that Charger and the other Hyborgs are on their side.

Sweeping back 65 million years, Charger the Soldier revisits the moment when aliens first arrived on Earth, reveals potentially lethal secrets about the history of dinosaurs and humans, and visits ancient cities buried deep beneath Stonehenge and the African city of Dhuusamareeb.

While Charger struggles to accept his peacetime duties as a soldier, the ethics of doomsday are explored, along with the lengths man will go to in order to protect his home.

But that’s only the beginning, because space-faring, technology, and human nature will create many new challenges in the millennia to come. Look for Charger the Weapon, and Charger the God, Books 2 and 3 of The Charger Chronicles.

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The ebook is available at:
Smashwords is also a distributor, so in a few weeks, the book will also be available at Kobo, Barnes & Noble, Apple, etc.
The print version is available at: CreateSpace  
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Read and enjoy!

 

  One thought on “Charger the Soldier launched today!

  1. June 8, 2016 at 6:55 am

    I’ll check this out as soon as I can, Lea. On principle, I believe in supporting writers who are in the same sort of obscure position as I am right now. And, especially if they’re better at marketing themselves than I am, it will help me get the support I need for my things as well.

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    • June 8, 2016 at 6:58 am

      Thank you, David! I love this story, of course, or I wouldn’t have spent the last two years developing it. The important thing to me is that people enjoy it.

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