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The New World #2

Blue Moon Generation

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Many peaceful years have passed since the devastating battle of 2075. The new generation, conceived under a mystical blue moon, is about to awaken to the vicious attacks unveiled through their parents' tales. Once, living only in youngsters' nightmares, ferocious mutant beasts now stir in the shadows of Ukkiville — even during the light of day. Blood-thirsty predators with glowing eyes, gnashing teeth, and razor-sharp claws prey on unsuspecting victims.

Caru, the brave but brash young daughter of Ukkiville's ruler, fears nothing. Trained by the best and possessing powers of the mind greater than her father's, she leads her two lifelong friends into the teeth of intensifying perils.

Meanwhile, in enemy caverns on the other side of the mountains, descendants of the evil Zolokt prepare as well, cloning savage creatures from DNA combinations of animals, insects, and plants. Only time will tell how many of the deadly muclones get released.

283 pages, Kindle Edition

First published October 1, 2016

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Andy Skrzynski

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Enjoyed the first 22 years of my life in Jackson and Spring Arbor, Michigan.
Spent six years at the St. Joseph's Orphanage for Boys, age 6 to 12.
Graduated from Western High School, Parma, Michigan, 1972.
Graduated with a bachelor's in Electrical Engineering, Michigan State University, Dec. 1976.
Worked at IBM in Austin, Texas for 30 years and retired at age 53.

I started writing my first novel, The New World: A Step Backward, in June of 2014. I've attended four to five Read & Critique sessions monthly and have been blessed with the help and support of 64 Beta Readers. The change between my earliest writings and the finished product is night and day, thanks to the wonderful hearts and minds of so many fans, friends, and loved ones.

While my writing career got off to a late start in my life's plan at age 59, it has taken off with a determination to keep improving my skills. Over the last couple of years, I've spent most of my waking hours writing, attending Read & Critiques, reading reviews of Beta Readers, and oodles of rewriting and editing. Even though I've been extremely busy, it has been a profoundly rewarding experience and an opportunity to meet many new friends.

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