The Phoenix Eggs (The String Weavers – Book 2)

The Phoenix Eggs (The String Weavers – Book 2)
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Publisher: Star Catcher Publishing
Publication Year: 2011

The power of universes fit in the palm of a hand.What Professor Hadrian wants with the scattered Phoenix Eggs, no one knows. What Kelsey Hale and her team do know: They must find and secure them before he can harness and use the raw power contained within. The lives across countless universes depend...

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The power of universes fit in the palm of a hand.

What Professor Hadrian wants with the scattered Phoenix Eggs, no one knows. What Kelsey Hale and her team do know: They must find and secure them before he can harness and use the raw power contained within. The lives across countless universes depend on the team coming together like never before.

Despite no time for Kelsey’s formal training. Despite instincts that go against Weaver rules. Despite strange dreams following her into sleep. Despite a divided team.

Kelsey’s rare talent may give them the edge they need. If her teammates will only believe it exists in the first place.

Join Kelsey Hale in a coming of age science fiction adventure across alternate universes and encounters with alien planets, species and societies. Thrust into a dangerous journey to places she could have never imagined, she is determined to discover the truth of her mysterious past. A truth that will change her life forever.

Titles in “The String Weaver” Series

  • The String Weavers
  • The Phoenix Eggs
  • The Dark Phoenix
  • The Dividers
  • The Tower of Epnos
  • When the Skies Fell
  • Celestial Fire
About the Author
J.A. Marlow

J.A. Marlow writes across many genres, including science fiction, young adult, romance, and others. A private pilot with several years of flying experience in Alaska, J.A. Marlow enjoys adding to stories a touch of the mystery and exotic nature of the land sometimes called “the last frontier.” Popular series include "The String Weavers," "Salmon Run," and "Redpoint One."