April 18th Can’t Come Soon Enough!!!
What’s happening May 15th you ask?
Book Two in a Children's Steampunk Series Takes Flight!
The Ice Orphan of Ganymede Sets the Course for The Jupiter Chronicles
Here’s the Scoop:
Nashville, Feb 3, 2014/Leonardoverse/- Ian is dying and no doctor on Earth can save him.
The war has been won, the Jovians are free of the tyranny of Phobos, but the planet now
lies in ruins. The Sinu and the Fiegan Firelords are threatening a civil war and the people
of Jupiter are going hungry. First Petros has failed as their protector and General Ardor
wants him replaced. To make matters worse, the Castillos face a new challenge. Ian is
sick and no doctor on Earth can help him. When Ian and Callie return to Jupiter to find a
cure, they discover that the secret may be found in the Book of Ganymede.
But now, the book is missing.
Left with no answers they are forced to face a painful truth.
Ian is dying.
"The Jupiter Chronicles: The Ice Orphan of Ganymede" is book two in a Children's
Steampunk series releasing May 15th, 2014.
I absolutely loved the first book in the series and you can read my full review here: http://bringonlemons.blogspot.com/2014/04/book-review-jupiter-chronicles-secret.html
As for this second book – you may have to wait a few more days, but I’ve already had the pleasure of reading it!
You’ll love book number two even if you have not had the pleasure of reading book number one. Ramirez starts the book off with a flash back to catch you up or bring you back (it’s helpful if you’re forgetful or haven’t read book number one). The only way for Ian to get better is another trip to Jupiter. Since the first journey was so exciting, it’s expected the second journey will be just as amazing or even more so. My daughter loved the suspense and her curiosity was apparent (she didn’t want to put the book down). Mark your calendars for May 15th and head over to Amazon to purchase your own copy for a small price of $0.99 for Kindle or $5.39 in paperback.
Leonardo Ramirez is the author of Children's Steampunk and Young Adult Fantasy. His
website is called "Science Fiction for the Human Condition".
Eisner-Award Winning Artist, Dave Dorman (Star Wars, Batman, Aliens) provides the
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