The exciting sequel to The Chimera Virus -- Part two of the techno-mythos series, The Chimera Trilogy.
Symbionts: The Symbionts! Microscopic bio-mechanical hybrids are loose on the planet They are an instant evolutionary leap created by the Chimera Virus brought to Earth with the Nanites, highly advanced translation bots introduced to the Sol system by Ovek, a soldier from the galactic core. The Chimera are curious, eager to explore, inhabiting the strongest and the brightest the galaxy has to offer...they long to know what lies beyond. The Nanites are pleased to employ their technical expertise, revealing gateways which will carry their new associates into alternative realms. Chimera’s apparent psychic ability is an unexpected and welcome evolutionary leap adding new dimensions to this quest. Are the Symbionts the ultimate threat or are they the ultimate salvation? Only the BloodWarriors hold the answer...for these fierce Vampires, the Symbionts and the Universe itself share an intimate destiny. Once again, Kara and Megan, are pitted against a band of marauding aliens—challenged by a species more insidious than the regal Reptilians. In Epoch VII the BloodWarriors embark on a dangerous journey and sink their tusks into the dark unknown. [Go to PublishAmerica.com, open the bookstore tab and type in the name of the book]
He was standing on Allen's grave, laughing at her...actually laughing. He pulled the knife out of his lower back, juggled it a bit in his hand. Adding to his mockery, he flaunted his vitality; he even seemed a bit insulted by her attempt to take him down. He stared at her awhile holding the blade clumsily like a child awkwardly gripping a soup spoon, then he stabbed it into his chest, pounding it in so forcefully only the grip remained visible. The blade cut through his uniform, severing the breastplate insignia at the spot hovering directly over a heart "You can't win," he said, eying Megan now with more than a little contempt, "despite your clever morphing tricks." He just stood there, sneering, eyeballing her with the knife protruding from him like a spigot.