For Sam Timmins, social outcast, falling for a lab-created wind sprite wasn’t part of the plan. Neither was running from the forces of evil! Ether, a lighter than air YA fantasy novel. Let the wind take you away!
Teenager Sam Timmins, school outcast and total nerd, is saved one day from getting run over by the wind. Only it isn’t the wind that saves him, but a mysterious wind-sprite named Esther. The result of a botched lab experiment, Esther and her mother, Nita, the lead scientist on a matter-transportation project, now exist as wind beings.
Sam begins a relationship with Esther, even though he cannot see or even hold Esther, but they grow as close as two people can under the circumstances.
The forces of evil, though, will not be denied. Morton Ramsay, the head of the project, needs Esther and Nita back for his own purposes. He sends his two chief henchmen, Harsky and Stutch, to intimidate Sam. When that doesn’t work, they resort to murdering his mother.
Now, Sam is out for revenge. Aided by Esther and her mother, he finds out just who he is and what he is capable of. More than that, he finds out what science is capable of creating—and destroying.
From the depths of the last ice age comes a message written in stone. Kurt Howe, former soldier and student of the past discovers the key to reading the message left by an ancient race. The knowledge contained in the inscriptions leads Kurt and his team on a quest to take mankind to the stars.
In his path lies not only the difficulty of translating and adapting the alien technology, but into armed conflict with the forces of tyranny within his own government and their allies who have plans of their own for the ultimate power he discovers.
REVELATION chronicles the effort to build a new paradigm for humanity from clues left in the jungles by the Maya and Aztec people and the ancient lore of the Native Americans. The danger grows as Kurt and his Navajo friend, Blackhorse, along with the beautiful scientist Gina Marline quickly bring their organization to a level of technology that makes them a threat to the existing powers that secretly manipulate the world into subservience.
From the jungles of South and Central America to the climactic battle in the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, Revelation builds a new world from the headlines of our own.