December 16, 2013 by FPP
Nine months since the events of Phoenix Splinter and Keith is still reeling from the loss of his family and the world as he knew it. Although in hiding, Keith must come to terms with events and choose a side. He is a weapon in high demand and some will stop at nothing to obtain him. A new group comes forward, promising Keith the answers he has been looking for. But, can he trust them?
Icarus Fall, from Battle King Press, is the sequel to the successful Phoenix Splinter, book one of the Project Horizon series, in which we were introduced to nineteen-year-old Keith Groenewald, an escaped experiment from Area Fifty-One with telekinetic abilities.
He is a self described “social nomad extraordinaire” and likes to think of himself as riding through life on the back of an elephant in a colorful howdah—yes, laptop included.
Branli enjoys science fiction for its ability to present the scientifically feasible as a beautiful work of art. Whether a story takes place hundreds or even thousands of years into the future, the human condition remains a central item.
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