The Storyteller is an original book series of adventure and space exploration, which seems to answer the persistent, intriguing question present in us all: are we alone in the Universe? Are there other intelligent beings, other powerful civilizations out there? And if they are, then who or what are they? How do they look like? How are the worlds they create and inhabit, and how different are they from us?
This first book of The Storyteller series introduces a mysterious character that people call simply Arthur, Author, or the Holly One. Here is the first part of his story, including the story of his friends and loved ones.
All characters are warm and interesting, young and old, lively and full of joy. They find themselves in interesting circumstances, and they fight, struggle, succeed or fail to get out unharmed. The protagonists are either very powerful, or they are always in contact with powerful beings.
At a deeper level, embedded in the web of adventure, this book explores Life, Existence and the Universe, along with the way people, societies, and civilizations behave everywhere, forming this comprehensive, everlasting world that we experience today. Enjoy!
The most visible trace of the book is the interaction with very powerful beings, those who decide the fate of the Universe.
A stronger plot of the story relates to peoples behavior, being aliens or not, the specific way in which they react in various circumstances, always learning from their experience.
The Captain, Cathleen, takes her share of the action; she fails and succeeds throughout her adventures the way normal people do, and she learns to tame her emotions and instincts, to become more pragmatic, to cope with tougher, more demanding situations. She applies everything to her life, both on Starship Colonial and on Earth, and her achievements exceed her wildest expectations. However, her achievements are irrelevant if she does not fulfill the mission assigned to her by the people of Earth. Is her determination strong enough to fulfill it now, when she has everything she ever wanted?
Jack remains an interesting, puzzling character throughout the book, influencing unknowingly the life of many, accomplishing everything with the innocence of a child.
More characters emerge and develop from among the crew and colonists, and from the people of the worlds they encounter.
Throughout the book, and throughout this whole series, there is a hidden, consistent trace of liberation from ignorant stereotypes, cold prejudices, predetermined norms, and irrelevant ideals. As opposed to real life where the great majority of people live the way it is taught, some of the characters succeed in opening their eyes, grasping this way and understanding a wider truth. And yet at times bondage defeats freedom and they have to accept it helplessly, which makes for the credible, real, complex plot of the book. Enjoy!
greatest moment of Dr. Spencer's life would be a death sentence if he told what
he and some other scientists were working on in a secret underground
governmental facility called XJ7. Rumor has it that Dr. Spencer and a team of
scientists were working on reverse engineering on a UFO that crash landed on a
farm about twenty-five miles from the XJ7 facility. It wasn't the Government
that these scientists had to fear it was the aliens that were recovered from
the crash site about keeping it secret.
As the days passed by and
progress was made on their reverse engineering experiment, Dr. Spencer wanted
to tell his friends and family, but couldn't shake off what the Alien told him
at the crash site. The Alien said "If any words of this rolls off your
tongue you will vanish without a trace."
That was enough to shut any
man up, but as time passes most every human has to tell someone their secret
because it makes them feel like something that important needs to be told to
the world. Dr. Spencer had a big ego, and after weeks of keeping his mouth shut
he decided to tell his wife what he and his colleagues were working on when he
💥 The Kael Jai series continues with the second book and follows Sylph, The Keeper, as he journeys to Earth to help save their human friends from a new threat. Kael Jai finds himself in the fight of his life when an unknown enemy begins invading his dreams. The device he left on Earth suddenly begins to send out a signal, and he urges Sylph to journey to Earth to protect Eva and Sam. But when Sylph arrives, he is stunned to realize that he is not alone on Earth, and the enemy he must fight has no name and no face. Incapacitated by a tech-virus, he is fighting not only to save Eva and Sam but to save himself and all that he holds dear.
Blurring the lines between First Contact, Space Fleet, Hard Science Fiction, Alien Invasion, Technothrillers, Genetic Engineering, Paranormal & Urban, Metaphysical & Visionary, Cyberpunk, Adventure, Alien, Artificial Intelligence, Aliens, Mutants, Psychics, Robots, Mystery, Romance, Metaphysical, Thor, Superhero, Sword, Invasion, Contact, Empire, Genes, Fleet, Extraterrestrial, Action, and Young Adult.
When the adults volunteer to fight for their country and get ready to board the last few ships leaving Earth for the depth of space, Jim comes up with a plan that will allow him to enlist despite his young age. But that’s only the beginning of his space adventure, and nothing ever really goes as one hopes for.
Jim doesn’t even imagine the epic journey in store for him, and what a terrible curse a soldier’s duty can be. But he’ll learn along the way. He’ll learn that, at times, things can be different from what they look on the surface—and that a trustworthy friend can always be found, wherever you least expect it.
It’s a military space opera of about 150,000 words.
"Free" first book to a science fiction action adventure mystery series. This
prequel focuses on the darkness that has stricken those who live within
the city of Noir. It's a darkness that will doom the planet if it isn't
stopped. A brave soul decides they can't be a bystander any longer and
sets a plan into motion that will forever change the world.
Shades of Gray Series:
1. Noir, City Shrouded By Darkness "Free"
2. From Moscow, With Love
3. Cerberus Versus Pandora
Emily Heart is a genetic freak.
But she wasn't born that way. Someone made her.
Someone stole her life and erased everything she knew to be true.
They gave her powers she's just beginning to understand, just beginning to harness.
Now a social outcast and on the run from deadly gangs, relentless cops, and a determined reporter, fifteen-year-old Emily wants her life back.
And she wants revenge.
Part 1 of the Time Jumper Series
NOTE: This series has been re-released with all new titles and covers. For more information, please visit the book pages on this site for Shadow Games, Shadow Prey, and Shadow Justice by author Jay J. Falconer.
Shadow Games includes parts 1 and 2 of Glassford Girl, while Shadow Prey is a re-release of Glassford Girl Part 3, and Shadow Justice is the forth and final part of Glassford Girl series of books.
What the Critics are Saying About This Series:
"a vigorous and engaging entry into a new and promising science fiction series. The narrative is lively and brisk, with plenty of page-turning action" ~IndieReader Book Reviews
"This new series by Jay J Falconer is a mind changer. He is so very adept at convincing us to suspend disbelief and to accept the very real possibility of time jumping" ~Amazon Vine Voice Review
"The author puts a whole new twist to the science fiction genre... It's not your normal sci-fi novel with the same over done plots... I was so sucked into the story, I almost believed it was true" ~Stuffed Shelves Book Reviews
"A heart-pounding thrill ride that sticks with you long after you finish, like a good cup of morning coffee. You might want to clear your schedule because you won't be able to put this one down" ~BookBreeze.com Review Team