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Here is the book blurb for Race.
The thrilling race to find the Philosopher’s Stone and save a planet…
An 18-year old Princess, Tara, enthralls the affection of two young men, Andy and Joe, on her search for the Philosopher’s stone that will save her planet, Artan, an Earth-like planet in the star system of Centauri, the closest star to our sun. Accompanied by her friend Lea, first they must find Nemo, the sage, the last surviving member of the Brotherhood, a secret organisation dedicated to the fight against evil.
As forces of evil battle against them, the obsessive love of Andy and Joe for Princess Tara underscores the fierce competition between them, brimming with racial tension, one that drives the thirst for each other’s blood, but must be set-aside in the greater threat to them both: Satan.
Satan has sons who lack the perfection of evil to succeed him. His rightful heir, the Anti-Christ, is whom will bring the end of humanity on Earth, and Satan has named Princess Tara potential mother of the Anti-Christ, to the horror and vengeful shock of his current wife, Lori, the queen of vampires who now sees Tara as a threat that must be extinguished.
Complications precede twists that only raise more questions before the next turn. In the end, love demands sacrifice. But what is the price of love? Perhaps love itself.
Set in two extraordinary parts, the narrative should be haven for all young adult and adult Sci-Fi lovers alike who need a 2020 masterpiece to bite into. Race is exactly what you will be eager to do to get to the very last page. Karma is what to expect if you don’t jump onto the opportunity to read this masterwork of fiction meant for those who want to experience more not less.
Release Date: December 19, 2019
Genre: Science Fiction, Thriller, Some Romantic Elements, Epic Fiction
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Universal Reader link: https://books2read.com/u/38ZevO
Let's hear from the author, Karma, about this book.
I am very grateful to Marie for providing me with the opportunity of writing a book post.
Before I tell you about my new novel, I want to answer a question that might arise in your mind. Given there are already so many writers (some might think too many), the question is:
Why should I write at all?
Simply, I write because I was not allowed to write. Or read, at least any book which had the word love in it. In my family, it was believed that reading about love would lead to rebellion. I myself picked up the pen when my only child was six-months old. At that time, I was without a job. I wrote because there was a lot that I wanted to tell my child, even if one day in the future, to make sense of this world. Writing also helped me keep hope alive, one page at a time, as I went from one fruitless interview to another.
As my child took first steps, I reached a milestone of my own. I completed my first book; the story of a young man’s quest to find answers to life’s questions. A boutique publisher in Paris loved it and translated my work into French. I even found a job soon after.
The title of my new novel, which is my second, is Race. I am very excited to tell you about it. It’s a narrative driven by two young men who fall in love with the same woman; a woman with many enemies. Far too many and far too powerful. The rivalry between the two young men brims with racial tension because they are from different ethnicities. Their enemies are only too happy to capitalize on their hatred. In the end, love demands sacrifice. What will they sacrifice? What is the price of love? Perhaps, love itself.
I am writing this novel under a pen name because I am at a stage in my life where I prefer and love anonymity. Once my child is older, I intend to write under my own name.
Many thanks for reading this post and I hope you enjoy reading my novel, which is my small effort towards not seeing the world in black and white.
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Karma is also giving us a peek at thia sci-fi thriller book today!
Readers, here are some excerpts...
He smiled as
he approached them, reached into his robe and drew out a machete.
“If it’s any
consolation, this will be over quickly.”
Tara and Lea
could fight a little, but they didn’t feel they had much of a chance against
the machete. “Run away, Tara. I will fight him,” Lea said.
run in different directions,” Tara whispered.
approaching attacker came closer and raised his machete, they ran in opposite
directions. The attacker pursued Tara because she was the prize.
hear the attacker panting behind her, as he was quickly closing the gap between
them. When he reckoned that Tara was close enough, he swung the machete to get
her. Lea, who had stopped running and was watching them, shouted a warning to
Tara, who swerved sharply to her left. The machete missed her by inches.
Tara had to
find a way because she couldn’t outrun the man for much longer. The only thing
that could possibly work was to face him. Perhaps, there was a slim chance that
she could catch him by surprise and find an opportunity to kick him between the
legs, even as he was raising the machete for another strike. Making up her mind
in an instant, she tried to turn around in her sprint. She had almost done so
when her right foot slipped on the moist, grassy surface and she fell.
laughed in pleasure, savoring the sight of Tara’s anxious face as he raised
the machete for the killing blow. He wanted to make it quick so that he could
take care of Lea as well. Tara looked at oncoming death, as the machete started
its downward swing, unable to move purely because of the shock of it. She
closed her eyes and waited for the end.
moment, she heard the sound of a hard kick and a surprised gasp escaping her
attacker’s mouth. She opened her eyes, expecting to see Lea, but instead saw
two strangers, both young men, one white and one black.
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About the Author:
His ethos is to write immensely enjoyable
novels, which brim with hope. His debut novel, the story of a young man trying
to find answers to life’s questions, has been translated into French some time
ago. Race is Karma’s second novel.
Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Karma/e/B083SPJWHP/