Every Friday I tell you about a new book by an author your really should be reading. This week’s book is:
Eerie by Gibson Michaels
This book is a little more near and dear to me than previous tomes I’ve featured here. This is the final book written by my late friend, Gibson Michaels, who passed away on Sept. 7, 2017. Several of us worked on this book from the point he was at when he passed to get the story finished and the book formatted and released this week on the fourth anniversary of his passing. It is a great sci-fi/fantasy hybrid that you will surely enjoy. Here’s a little more about the book, available in both e-book and paperback formats:
In first century Ireland, the Celts and the Fae fend off an invasion of Roman legionnaires. In the Thirty-third century, a mining colony fights for survival as the world around it shakes and shatters. An ancient species seeks to end its long exile and return home. Three disparate worlds, separated by millions of light years and over three millennia of time, are now on a collision course. Their ultimate fates will be decided on a cold, barren world that is suddenly springing to life… Éerie.
“As fate determined that we would only get four stories from Gibson Michaels before he was taken from us, then it is only fitting that this work should be his grand finale. With Éerie, Michaels weaves a spell-binding tale that highlights the very thin line that exists between fantasy and reality. Éerie will leave you asking ‘Are we the dreamers or are we the dream itself?” For in the realm of Éerie, what seems real may not be real at all and what seems unreal is very real indeed.” – Richard Paolinelli / Author of “Escaping Infinity”