Avalon, Season One
The travelers from Avalon struggle through time gates and across time zones in Neolithic days, where they confront both troubles and nightmares. A company of ghouls hunts them, a bogy man and his bogy beast attack their minds, people are kidnapped, herds stampeded and demons await them down the trail in a world where man, nature and Hell itself seem arrayed against them. More
The travelers from Avalon struggle through time gates and across time zones in Neolithic days, where they confront both troubles and nightmares.
A company of ghouls hunts them, a bogy man and his bogy beast attack their minds, a bokarus, a defender of the pristine wilderness, finds these modern intruders worthy of destruction.
There are troubles thrown back from the future, like the werewolf they innocently feed when he is a poor, mindless, naked man. Now he has their scent. There is a Gott-Druk (Neanderthal), a space farer from the future that carries all sorts of advanced technology and who has no love for homo sapiens. They fight the Balok, a Serpentine race of space travelers who believe the Balok should be the only intelligent species in the universe and all others must die. The Neolithic world is one where ogres and imps still play, where gods like Tiamut (Chaos) and Pan (Lord of the Dance) think nothing of using and abusing people.
Boston holds on to Lockhart until she finds a defender in Roland, their elf companion. Roland’s sister, Alexis, an elf made human, and her husband Lincoln struggle with being young again, much to the delight of her father Mingus who would just as soon see them separated. Lockhart and the two Marines, Katie Harper and Captain Decker, cling to their guns and only hope to get everyone back to the twenty-first century, alive.
People are kidnapped, herds stampeded and demons await them down the trail in a world where man, nature and Hell itself seem arrayed against them. Book length at 84,000 words and 13 episodes, the travelers journey through 13 lifetimes of the Kairos, a person who somehow never manages to live a quiet life.
Look for Avalon, the Pilot Episode, e-available soon.
Also, Avalon, the prequel: Invasion of Memories, where the Kairos comes out of a time of deep memory loss, and in order to keep his mind from being overwhelmed by the sudden influx of memories, he tells stories from the days when he remembered he was the Traveler in Time, the Watcher over History. He knows he cannot afford to become incapacitated. There are three Vordan battleships on the dark side of the moon preparing to invade.
I hope you enjoy reading the Avalon series as much as I have enjoyed writing it. Happy reading.