Incursion: Taylor Neeran Chronicles #2

by J. J. Mathews

Book Cover: Incursion: Taylor Neeran Chronicles #2
Editions:ePub: $ 4.99
ISBN: 9780995103474
Pages: 536
Paperback: $ 21.99
ISBN: 9780995103429
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Pages: 536

A.D. 3485

Twenty-year-old Taylor Neeran is settling in to her new life on the forest planet called Aeden, but all is not well in paradise. She has sent messages off to the stars to let the crew know she is alive, and hopes that one day her mother and the crew will return.

She has transmitted details about the Illiya and the exotic wonders of the planet to the crew of the Zanzibar and the University, but others have intercepted her messages.

A ship arrives bearing comforts of home, and a terrible secret. When the visitors’ true purpose is revealed, Taylor finds herself fighting to defend her new home alongside unexpected allies.

Trapped on an alien planet ten thousand light years from Earth, Taylor will soon bear witness to the fate of Aeden as the planet is engulfed in a war they have no hope of winning…

Publisher: Mouse Moon Press
Reviews:Luc McCann on Amazon wrote:

This is a great sequel to an amazing first book. The characters are great and the plot is well written without going overboard in the fantasy fiction department. One can almost feel himself/herself on-site, on this magnificent planet. Gone is the timid whining young woman as a resilient, fierce and determined woman emerges to lead the planet population as well as fight the invaders. Great book, a page-turner and I cannot wait to read the 3rd one. Definitively a 5 Stars rated book.

Frances Law on GoodReads wrote:

Fantastic world building!

Taylor Neeran has been isolated on Aeden for a silly mistake! The sentence was to punish her mother but she is the one in exile. Then she gets a message from her university to say that her treatise on the flora and fauna of Aeden has prompted the university to conduct a more official study. Soomak, the Aarden dreamseer, warns her about these new arrivals but neither could have expected the death and destruction they could wield.
The world building is brilliant and the use of Maori traditions is beautiful. This is definitely a stand out series that deserves 5 stars.

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