The Chronicles of Han Storm, Saving Leilaka
The next book on Leilaka, continuing Han's adventures on this unique planet.
Han has to save Leilaka in order to save himself. For the first time in his existence, Han is presented with the choice to stay a servant-god, or become human. Does Han have enough time to make such a soul-decision?
Saving Leilaka Status update:
* 13 April 2015 - First Cover Reveal * 01 May 2015 - Start on Editing * Release Date - 20 January 2017
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"Fast, Furious and Fascinating! What a glorious ride!"
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"I had a lump in my throat as I read the last few pages, realizing how involved I have become! I am there, present and living the story. I celebrate life and death, I rejoice in secrets revealed, I laugh, I cry, I am one of the characters present. I am not separate at all. It is beautiful!"
Final Book Cover:
The Chronicles of Han
When oblivion is threatened, drastic measures are engaged upon to negate the event, or alleviate losses to the minimum.
With the original seeding ground for all Life in grave peril, The Creator sends in his most devoted servant.
I am Han, and this is my life memory . . .
*** One ***
Superheated air blasted through the chamber, disintegrating Kaleb's crib, stripping skin and flesh from my bones before the ashes were swept along on its devastating destructive path.
I must have screamed, for the baby wailed from his crib, Merrykara bending over him to soothe him into silence.
A dragon, mad with battle rage, could be heard upon the mountainside.
Habieb stormed into my private chamber without announcing himself.
Merrykara had our son in her arms. I could not face them, giving my attention to an anxious Habieb.
"He dreamt again" Merrykara answered the unspoken question. "He will not tell you either" she sneered, turning away from us, settling upon the rocking chair that faced the window.
"You must calm your Huracan!" Habieb distracted me. "She will come in here and destroy your home if you do not respond to her."
He was right. We knew how destructive Dragons can become.
It was extremely hard for me to calm myself enough to open the conscious telepathic connection to Moira.
In the end, she succeeded in bursting through the unseen shield that had been blocking our link.
**Are you all right?! I cannot find any physical danger to you. Show me the threat and I will destroy it for you!** she raved.
*We both need to calm down, Moira* I soothed. *It is not a danger you or anyone else can do anything about. I need to follow this vision, see where it comes from. We are not going to have any rest until it comes to pass, and then it will be very much too late.*
"Will she stay?" Habieb wanted to know.
"Yes. She will stay" I replied . . .
Ignoring the people showing concern for me, I locked myself away in my private study, refusing them entry into my chaotic life, into my frenzied mind.
Sitting thus, alone, all by myself, I reflected on the happenings of the past four months . . .
Copyright © H Gibson Chronicles of Han 2009-2017
Publish Date: 20 January 2017
Typesetting, Cover Design by H Gibson
Set in Book Antiqua
Printed Version ISBN: 978-0-9921928-8-4
Electronic Version ISBN: 978-0-9921928-9-1
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