This is a huge book, and quite tricky to summarize. At a high level, it’s about the rescue of and subsequent consequences to the alien abduction of a young Faery Queen. This novel has everything, though: superheroes, sci-fi, military action, spycraft, and urban fantasy would be the most notable genres it mixes together. Somehow, it all comes together and makes sense! -Amazon Review
Faced with a threat from the stars, magical creatures are forced to resurface from a realm of myths and legends. What they find is a world of advanced technology consumed by human conflict. Will the humans they abandoned so long ago prove ally or enemy?
The might of twenty-first century science will clash against the arcane magic of faeries, and in the middle is Kelli Ingram, a young sorceress imprisoned by a creature that is neither human or faery.
Fantasy. Science Fiction. Romance. Military Thriller. Heroic Adventure. A pair of Hawaiian surfers on the roadtrip of their lives. All this and more awaits you!
Teen lovers torn apart by the attack of a high tech alien, but reunited by the guys uncle who turns out to be a dragon. No, JD really makes this work. The chemistry between the two of them is very well thought out and written. Interaction between the characters is more realistic than 98% of the stories I read.
Now the science is stretched to make it all work but no one has a working star drive but it is in so many SF stories and we all want to believe that. Just accept the science and enjoy this great story.
Warning: This story has many more plot lines than described above. JD weaves them all together and makes them work. -Amazon Review
Be Sure To Check Out Book 2: The Goblin and the Empire
About the Author
JD Cole is a Hawaiian who got lost in the midwest somewhere and started writing SEN’GIZA, followed by its sequel THE GOBLIN AND THE EMPIRE. He has not written any of the other books credited to “JD Cole”. If you are patiently waiting for the further adventures of arcane faeries learning to live among high-tech humans, then let him know in a review!