Wormholes and Swords is a blog dedicated to Science Fiction and Fantasy, with a bit of real world technical stuff thrown in from time to time. It is managed by T.D. Wilson, author of the Science Fiction book series, The Epherium Chronicles.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Mark Your Calendars!

Coming April 26th!

The Cygni system was just one space-fold jump away.  One more jump to a new world with a fledgling colony that Earth desperately needed.  Its importance resonated in Captain James Hood's mind, but could he reach the colony in time or even defend it against attack.

So much depends on him now, but Hood’s confidence is shaken.  Only a few days earlier, a deceptive trap by a mysterious vessel nearly claimed his ship and the lives of his crew.  On the journey to the new colony, Hood was so focused on encountering Earth’s old enemy, the Cilik’ti, that he was oblivious to the undermining activities of a new and elusive foe.  They had managed to turn his strategic and tactical strengths against him; something few had ever accomplished.

Now, the specter of self-doubt resurfaced inside him.  Hood knew it as a brutal mind-killer for all military commanders.  It was something Hood thought he cast aside long ago.

Hood needed to get to Cygni and fast.  The plot to derail his mission to Cygni cost him something more important than just his confidence.  It cost him time—time the colonists at Cygni may not have.  With the Cilik’ti and his new adversary still out there somewhere, the consequences for the colony could be dire if he didn’t reach them first.

What will Hood and his crew find when they arrive at the colony?   Hood didn’t know, but one thing was certain.  If he didn’t win his battle within, the fate of the colony would be sealed.

Crucible is the second book in the exciting sci-fi series, The Epherium Chronicles. 


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