While on a mission to recover one of the Overlord's missing agents, the crew discovers two new and dangerous psionic talents, as well as an ancient conjuring race. As the crew tries to harness the power of these new talents, and stabilize their recovered but injured agent, the Overlord Rael discovers more about his personal history and his inheritance of the Overlord power.
Resonances is a vast, and sometimes confusing, character-driven telepathic adventure. Most of the plot is driven by the conflicts and motivations of each of the characters, some motivated for noble reasons and others driven for obscure reasons. The world-building, creating a huge psionic civilization which is ruled by an Overlord with both technological and psychic ability, is reminiscent of Anne McCaffrey's Talents series. However, with so many characters with unclear aims, the plot meanders from scene to scene, making this more like a serial than a novel. As the second in the series, The Fireborn Chronicles may develop and reveal the aims and destinies of each character, and it will appeal to readers who like telepathic protagonists.
Once again the Dark Ops crew of the Nemesis is called into action.
But this time it’s personal.
When a former team member is kidnapped on a Hive drug mining planet both the Universal Government and the new Corporate Overlord have to respond.
For the first time the Nemesis team and the Corporate Archangels join forces against a psychic vampire, his strange twin brother, and the Oracle menace threatening their universe.
But is anything truly what it seems?
Content: MAN, MACHINE & THE PARANORMAL | This book is part of a series, but can stand-alone. | Word count: 87,783 | Page count: 250 | PSIONIC SCI FI: the inevitable fusion of man, machine and the paranormal.