From author R.J. Wood comes an epic sword and space series with a twist. A boy searching for his long-missing parents finds a magic talisman with a message from his father. His quest takes him to the other side of the galaxy where he finds himself at the center of a conflict between good and evil. Details: Twelve-year-old Jake Flynn's parents disappeared when he was a baby. On his twelfth birthday, the mystery of why his parent's disappeared begins to unravel when he discovers a glowing talisman with a message from his father. Jake is directed to a derelict sailboat, and he watches in awe as the talisman magically knits ropes and sails for it out of golden energy. Awash in light, the boat sails up into space, and the voyages of Jake Flynn begin. During the quest to find his parents, Jake will encounter space pirates in tall sailing ships, channelers that can wield energy like magic, and evil cabalists led by a sinister snake-woman. Assisted by a young healer and her aged protector, a spirited cabin girl and a salty space captain, Jake learns that he too can channel, and that he is central to stopping the cabalists from resurrecting a long-dead evil. Puzzles, a pirate asteroid, walking the plank, fantastic magic, trapped treasure caves, multiple planets, and great ship battles - Jake must experience them all on this epic adventure. By the end, he will discover the truth of his destiny, understand that family transcends blood lines, and find that his own needs are sometimes less important than those of others. Like other popular fantasy series, The Voyages of Jake Flynn: Destiny's Gambit can appeal to the young and old alike.
- Paperback | 236 pages
- 133.35 x 203.2 x 14.99mm | 335.66g
- 03 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About R J Wood
R.J. Wood has been adventuring in fantasy and science fiction for over thirty-five years. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees in drama and history. He lives near Snoqualmie Falls in Washington State with his wife and children. There he does some fishing, some adventuring, and of course, his writing.