Alsea Rising: The Seventh Star is in the wild

Seventh Star final cover


The conclusion of the two-part Alsea Rising and of the entire Chronicles of Alsea series has debuted at #1 in its Amazon category. I should probably warn prospective readers that it hits the ground running and does not let you breathe for the first half…at least. Here are a few early comments from readers:

“Breathless reading, total new experience…I sit here with broken reading glasses and no time to go to the shop.”

“I’m on an emotional rollercoaster as well and for the first time in years, I actually considered smoking a cigarette inside my house.”

“I’m at chapter 17 and I’m taking a little break before I start to read again…I have to give my heart a time to rest.”

Kindle readers can pick up the book here, while ePub readers can choose their favorite store from this portal.

Enjoy the journey! — but maybe lay in a supply of drinks and snacks first.

About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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6 Responses to Alsea Rising: The Seventh Star is in the wild

  1. Mish says:

    looking forward to reading it. Yay!!!

  2. Annie Robinson says:

    I really cannot believe you managed to end the battle with more than half of the book still to read – and I loved it! Just fantastic story telling. Tears in the eyes stuff. Marvellous end to these Chronicles. Congratulations. Thank you so much from this Honorary Alsean Citizen!

  3. Lilaine says:

    I had the wise idea to start reading the first part three days ago (slow reader, not my native tongue), and happy not to be hanging off that damn space elevator too long…. 😊
    A long battle and a happy end. Speedy ! 😉
    –> Out, reading.
    Merci, Fletcher !

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