With the Damascus closing in on the Exiled, Sai and Dom must put their grief and inner demons aside as they rush to free the people of the Protected Conglomerate from the influence of the psionic grid.
Chipped and placed under house arrest with a guard, Bastian's only hope lies in reaching his core to disrupt Deign's ruthless plan.
Intent on putting a stop to the Damascus and the GNW's reign, Dom discovers the true extent of the parasite within. Just when Sai thinks the Exiled have a chance, their greatest weapon turns on them.
KT Hanna has a love for words so extreme, a single word can spark entire worlds.
Born in Australia, she met her husband in a computer game, moved to the U.S.A. and went into culture shock. Bonus? Not as many creatures specifically out to kill you.
When she’s not writing, she freelance edits for Chimera Editing, and chases her daughter, husband, corgi, and cat. No, she doesn’t sleep. She is entirely powered by the number 2, caffeine, and beef jerky.
As Sai recovers from her life-threatening injuries, she struggles to piece together her damaged relationship with Dom. He fights the parasite within, suddenly freed from the interference of the other Dominos in his head.
Inside Central, Bastian’s Shine dosing has become a dangerous dance. Enhanced security protocols and endless meetings have him on a tightrope, with little room to move without revealing himself.
When the GNW release the Damascus to begin their systemic hunt of the Exiled, the noose closes around the rebels and their allies. If they can’t disable the threat, the Exiled won’t be the Damascus’ only agenda.
Praise for Chameleon - The Domino Project #1
“Wow! A fast-paced, science fiction delight with fabulous action, a seamless world, and the most unique characters I’ve read in a long time.” Elana Johnson, Author of the Possession Series.
“Nikita-like post-apocolyptic novel with a heroine that would give Katniss a run for her money.” Alina @ Unfazeable.com
Psionics is wicked cool and I wish a meteor would give me some super-secret powers. The logistics of the abilities are many, and normally would have been a nightmare to follow. Hanna handles it with enough subtle description laced through the opening chapters that you’re able to grasp their powers naturally. Heather @ Aussie Owned and Read
A seriously great sci-fi. Dark, edgy and complex. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It’s a gripping read because of the author’s tense voice; the characters are well defined, believable and likeable, despite all of their flaws; the story flows well; and the ending leaves you on edge to read more. If you like sci-fi, you will love this book. Kate Foster – Author of Winell Road
Hey there! I've known Jessica for a while now and when she asked if I would help promote the re-release of her CHILDREN OF THE GODS series, I couldn't say no.
So, here in her own words, is Jessica talking about her series. Enjoy!!
Hi! I’m Jessica Therrien, author of the YA paranormal romance series, CHILDREN OF THE GODS. Thanks for hosting me on your blog today, Andrew! This one is for all the writers out there…
I love writing. That’s why I’m a writer. Not because I’m hoping to make a bazillion dollars on the next 50 Shades of Grey (which I’ve intentionally not read, for snobby writer reasons). But what I’ve experienced in writing and publishing three novels is that you will lose the joy in writing when it becomes work.
I really had no concept of this when I first started out. It was like being a candy addict and getting really excited to work at your favorite candy store because you will be able to eat all the candy you want, only to find out that too much candy makes you sick.
Writing book one was an amazing feeling. I felt so inspired. I could write 10-20 pages in one sitting. I had a million ideas, an outline, a character map. It was FUN.
Then book two rolled around and I was in deep with a publisher. Every writer’s dream, right? A best-selling novel and a publishing contract for the next book before it had even been written.
I’m here to tell you that writing under pressure with a deadline hanging over your head is not fun. Granted, it pushes you. It forces you to get your butt in that desk chair and churn out some pages, but one thing it won’t do is inspire you.
With book one I spent so much time obsessing over getting it published that I didn’t stop and appreciate the freedom I had to enjoy the process. I had it SO good. I had inspiration and all the time in the world to play with my imagination.
I promised book three would be different, and it was. I didn’t sign a contract for book three. Instead I asked for my rights back. Something I NEVER thought I would do. I’m so glad I did, though. It took me around two years to write this last book, but in those two years I’ve been a better mother, a better wife, and a better writer. I’ve found the joy in writing again. I hope you can learn from my experience and enjoy the uninhibited process of writing on your own timeline.
Remember, we write because we love it. HAVE FUN.
Lead Council member, Christoph, is dead by Elyse’s hand, and Descendants have begun to emerge, exposing their secret to the world. Some see this as the prophecy come to fruition, but the prophecy caries a heavy consequence. It was never meant to be as peaceful as most had hoped.
Humans and Descendants struggle to live together in a world that isn’t ready for such a change. America is divided. Those who glorify the supernatural race believe Descendants truly are the gods they claim relation to. Others see them as a threat.
When Elyse gives birth to the next generation oracle, she sees one final vision—war. The destruction of the country’s major cities, and the end of America as we know it.
After her daughter is born, Elyse finds herself without the ability she needs to predict the future. Desperate to save the world from such conflict, she puts her faith in the hope that Descendants are the key to survival. After all, they have the power to supply a broken society with the means to survive.
The Descendants have waited long enough for freedom…
About The Author
JESSICA THERRIEN spent most of her life in the small town of Chilcoot, California, high up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. In this town of nearly 100 residents, with no streetlights or grocery stores, there was little to do but find ways to be creative. Her mother, the local English teacher, inspired her to do all things artistic, and ultimately instilled in her a love for language. Jessica currently lives in Southern California with her husband and their two children.