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SAG, Book 2

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Waning Chance

The School of Ancestral Guidance Saga, Book 1.5

“Futuristic sci-fi meets environmental devastation. Anyone with an interest in environmentalism will enjoy reading this fast paced, well written thriller.” –Kristina Gemmell, Beta Reader

“The sky-high stakes, varied POVs, and insight into the rough side of human nature make Waning Chance compulsively readable. This tension-filled tale of Earth’s last days will leave your fingers itching to pick up the next volume.” –Nicole M., Beta Reader

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The School of Ancestral Guidance

Established in 1865, the School of Ancestral Guidance (SAG) organization’s purpose has always been to protect Planet Earth and its environment. Success in this endeavor would in turn be a beneficial factor in the health and welfare of the people on Earth. In addition to committing their free time and some, their full time to fight for safeguards, the SAG members have realized and accepted the gift of ancestral guidance.

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The Reclamation

The School of Ancestral Guidance Saga, Book 1

Industry has been doing business their way forever. Nothing else matters to them.

People are sick and dying from the atmosphere. Government is in denial of the problems. Earth is dying.

When the School of Ancestral Guidance, an earth guardianship organization, gets a new member, mysterious possibilities unfold.

Corilan Troxler, learns of her SAG legacy, meets an extraordinary life form and makes strange choices. With no inkling of the consequences, she must succeed with her message to the people that care about Earth and protect them from those opposing the choices they make.

Under assault by industry and its mercenary attackers, she fights to get the word out. ‘Life is through the passage.’ This is Earth inhabitants’ last chance.

If you like fiction that blurs the boundaries and transcends the fantastical, you’ll love The Reclamation, first of a new environmental science fiction/fantasy saga, the School of Ancestral Guidance.

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A nuclear bomb was discharged in Charleston by the government.

They tried to destroy the portal gateways to keep people from crossing over but they failed. People are angry they have been attacked by their own government.

On learning what really happened and that life will soon end, people riot, many flee the country, others plot to make the government pay for what they’ve done.

Paisley, her brother and friends leave home and seek a way to cross over. Sam thinks the citizens deserve to be free of government and is determined to at least free them from government levies.

Martial law enforcement along with hired government enforcers ratchet up city lockdowns and prevention of obtaining ERS literature. Sam’s people must slip through and complete their mission in the capitol. Paisley must find a way to cross over.

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They all pledged to be guardians of Earth and chose to crossover to the passage.

Led by Corilan, the allegiants followed the School of Ancestral Guidance alumni members to the Ephemeral Passage. Now that everyone is here, the two groups don’t communicate. Corilan is being confronted with questions about the passage, but her ancestral guide has instructed her not to give additional information.

Allegiant Jacob Somner, listens to allegiants concerns and they look to him for guidance and comfort. Warren Ross, a SAG alumnus, has decided to take on responsibility in helping allegiants overcome their fears.

Meanwhile, Nolan must ensure that this breach will not cause internal conflicts among the Organic Earth project world-building resources.

Determining a role that Corilan fits in to normalize the tension between the groups and deflect the board’s relentless questions about the passage seems impossible to overcome. She must get Jacob to accept her support on behalf of the allegiants and get the board to address allegiants concerns.

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