Royals like Dora d’Arc manage the human herd; they don’t fall in love with rebels like Caellum Nichols that face execution for challenging imperial reign.
- WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award - Best Science/Fantasy Fiction
- BRONZE MEDAL: Readers’ Favorite Book Awards 2021 - Visionary Fiction
- FINALIST: American Book Fest - Best Book Awards 2020 - Visionary Fiction
Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews says, “...The Triskelion is an accomplished science fiction novel of high literary quality, expanding a fantastically developed new world... ...a gripping read and a solid continuation for the ‘New Earth Chronicles.’” [See multiple 5-Star endorsements below.]
Midwest Book Review says, “...contrasts in lifestyles and approaches run the gamut... They make The Triskelion especially intriguing... This brings a delightful complexity to the story, in which shades of gray create ever-changing, absorbing interplays between characters, politics, social evolution, and the world’s uncertain progression.”
The Imperial Governor wrestles with worries about dangers that lurk in the Zone of Destruction, demands from his off-world reptilian handler, approaching famine, and the urgency to inject the restless population with docility-inducing nanites.
Dora holds a secret meeting with citizens and weds Rolf Scholtz. Meanwhile, Caellum escapes prison, a van loaded with vials of nanites appears at a local school to inject the children, and a stranger approaches from the ZD.