Ancient Scars

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Everything is dead or dying. How can anyone live in this atmosphere? They can’t.
I can’t.

Eli’ane is a dying planet. With a sun and moon that burn bright and hot like a furnace, the plants die, the red dirt amplifies the hard living. When the pickings are slim, the people do what they must to survive.

Day after day Ellie is asked by her father if she had her vitamins. Her husbands Jack, Stone, and Jeremiah pester her about them as well.

All her life she was of the mindset that the vitamins were for her own good. To protect her from the people of the planet. Ellie lives. They don’t. So why the exhaustion? Why does it seem that the more vitamins her father gives her, the more exhausted she becomes? What is wrong with her? Just what is she becoming?


This is the third novel in The Guardian of Life series from Kim Iverson, which blends Science Fiction with Fantasy and a sprinkling of Horror.


Series Title: The Guardian of Life

  1. Hope of the Future
  2. Daughter of the Red Planet
  3. Ancient Scars
  4. Under Empty Stars

Genre: Science Fiction Fantasy, Fantasy Thriller, Sci-Horror, Horror Fantasy

*huge thank you to Dawn Evoleht MorningStar for the starry background for this cover.


Where to Purchase

Digital

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Paperback can be found at all major retailers and many smaller stores.


Read the first chapter here –
https://kimberlysueiverson.com/2016/10/10/ancient-scars-chapter-one/


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2 Replies to “Ancient Scars”

  1. Nice smooth writing. It grabbed my interest right away. Will there be anyway to buy it in computer format? That way I can enlarge it. Small print makes reading anoying.

    Thanks, Carl (Walter)

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    1. Thank you. After it’s been published in November, it will be available in both paper as well as digital format. So yes, you’ll be able to buy it in a format you can read on the computer.

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