We have all fallen in love with how books can pluck us out of reality and take us to another world where we fall in love with new characters and their stories. When Gabriel Halcyon was asked by the Make-A-Wish foundation his wish, he wanted to share this love of what books can do with us through writing a novel of his own with his friend, Danielle Rexilius. Their book, Genesis, is about a girl who is plucked from a sleepy town in Maine only to discover that she is part of a half-human/half-fae warrior race. Drawn into a war for power, she will have to discover who she can really trust and who is looking to stab her in the back. We are incredibly happy to be welcoming local authors Garbiel and Danielle to the Galaxy.
Read more in the San Diego Union-Tribune interview.
19 year old Halyn Chappell has never fought a werewolf, met a real witch, or walked through a door that led to another dimension. In the sleepy port town of Camden, Maine, nothing out of the ordinary ever happens. The 10-year-old memory of her parents’ sudden disappearance is the only reprieve from the monotony of small town life.
Halyn’s world is turned upside down after a violent break in separates her from her older sister.
She then discovers a world where things aren't what they seem when the Einherjar—a race of half-human/half-fae Warriors charged with protecting mankind—claim her as one of their own. Against all odds, she makes new friends and begins to adjust to the unpredictable lifestyle of the Einherjar. Her newfound way of life is compromised when she finds herself caught in the middle of a power struggle. Halyn will quickly learn the consequences of trusting the wrong person.