Horizon Strife

cvr200x300horizonstrifeHORIZON STRIFE [©2014]
Horizon Crossover Series #2
by Lyndi Alexander
Science Fiction (PG) 178 pages
Cover Art ©2014 Terri Branson
(63,000 words) from DFP Books

Captain Temms Rogers and the crew of the spaceship Doubtful are caught between a powerful interplanetary group called the Agency and mystical beings known as the Ancients. With the voices of the Ancients haunting his dreams and a mysterious illness plaguing his crew, Rogers must find a derelict space station and discover its secrets before the Agency destroys them all.


Science Fiction / Space Opera novels by Lyndi Alexander: HORIZON DYNASTY (Horizon Crossover III) | HORIZON SHIFT (Horizon Crossover I) | HORIZON STRIFE (Horizon Crossover II) | TRIAD (space opera) |


HARDBACK [EAN 978-1-936381-72-2 | ISBN 1-936381-72-9] 6×9 library casebound (178 pages) | Average Retail Price: $21.99 || Retail listings include: Hardback at Barnes & Noble | Hardback at Lulu |

PAPERBACK [EAN 978-1-936381-73-9 | ISBN 1-936381-73-7] 6×9 library trim (178 pages) | Average Retail Price: $12.99 || Retail listings include: Paperback at Amazon | Paperback at Amazon UK | Paperback at Barnes & Noble | Paperback at Createspace | Createspace paperbacks 15% off discount code: B3PY6HNE

EBOOK [EAN 978-1-936381-74-6 | ISBN 1-936381-74-5] Available in Amazon Kindle and standard EPUB (63,000 words) | Average Retail Price: $4.99 || Retail listings include: Kindle at Amazon | Kindle at Amazon UK | EPUB at Barnes & Noble | EPUB at Kobo Books | EPUB at Smashwords | Also find EPUBs at Apple iBooks, Open Library, Scribd and more.

REVIEWS:
“HORIZON STRIFE is the intermediate tale in Ms. Alexander’s Horizon Crossover series. In this outing, the villains are more villainous than in the first book (HORIZON SHIFT), and the members of the Doubtful’s crew are more fully drawn than in first book. Temms Rogers is the skipper of the Doubtful and the protagonist, but the character development among members of the ship’s crew is what keeps the story interesting. Not everyone aboard the Doubtful lives to the end of the book. The characters who survive evolve in satisfying ways. Still others find romance. New alliances are building to battle a common enemy (or perhaps enemies). This is definitely the intermediate tale in a series that I’m enjoying a great deal. The ending is satisfying and works as a whole, however the reader is left knowing the story is not yet over and more is yet to come. I think I know where the larger story is heading, and I’m looking forward to seeing if my guess is right.” ~ reviewed by W. Henley [FIVE STARS]

“In book one of this series, HORIZON SHIFT, we meet our cast, people from two universes thrown together on the good ship Doubtful. In HORIZON STRIFE the crew has grown together, fighting to make a living and fighting the corruption of the different factions they run into. Lyndi has added new people to the mix and fleshed out the characters we already know… In this book I was shocked, I cheered, I was sad, and I was driven to laugh. Now I can hardly wait to read the third book!” ~ reviewed by K. Hicks [FIVE STARS]


author200x300alexanderlyndiLYNDI ALEXANDER, a family practice lawyer and single mother, has been a writer for over thirty years, including seven years as a reporter and newspaper editor in Homestead, Florida. The Clan Elves of the Bitterroot urban fantasy series includes (in reading order): THE ELF QUEEN, THE ELF CHILD, THE ELF MAGE, and THE ELF GUARDIAN. The Horizon Crossover space opera series includes (in reading order): HORIZON SHIFT, and HORIZON STRIFE,  and HORIZON DYNASTY. Also read the science fiction novel TRIAD. || Follow the author on Facebook |

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