Grand Master's Game
Psychically linked lovers fight to save the galaxy. The rebellious Grand Master, Athanor Griffin, devises a risky plan to uncover the culprits responsible for life-threatening failures in the portal web. His loyal pawn and lover, Violet Hunter, is the key to success as they contend with hostile aliens and Grand Masters. But, she wrestles with her erratic psychic talents and doubts about their unequal partnership. She must surmount her insecurities and recruit allies to survive the inevitable battle with their enemies. Their worst nightmares lie ahead. If you favor action adventures in space with aliens, dragons, and a sprinkle of humor, read Book 2 in the Grand Master's Trilogy.
- Paperback | 278 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 16mm | 426.37g
- 04 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Aurora Springer
Aurora Springer is a scientist morphing into a novelist. She has a PhD in molecular biophysics and discovers science facts in her day job. She has invented adventures in weird worlds for as long as she can remember. In 2014, Aurora achieved her life-long ambition to publish her stories. Her works are character-driven romances set in weird worlds described with a sprinkle of humor. Some of the stories were composed thirty years ago. She was born in the UK and lives in Atlanta with her husband, a dog and two cats to sit on the keyboard. Her hobbies, besides reading and writing, include outdoor activities like gardening, watching wildlife, hiking and canoeing. Aurora has published science fiction romances in two series, two novellas and short stories. Her first series, Atrapako on Eden, describes the interactions of humans on the terraformed planet of Eden with scaled aliens from the hostile planet of Vkani. She has published two books in this series: The Lady is Blue and Dragons of Vkani. Her second series is Grand Master's Trilogy. The first book, Grand Master's Pawn was published in March 2015. The second book, Grand Master's Game, is scheduled for release in July. A short story, Gifts of Jangalore, is set in the Grand Masters' Universe. Her standalone novellas are: A Tale of Two Colonies and Captured by the Hawk.