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by Sara Wright
The Progenitor Chronicles
Time Crystals are forbidden for a reason, but King Oren must use one to save a civilization.
King Oren’s only goal was to be a peaceful caretaker of the galaxy. But when a girl falls through a portal into his courtyard clutching a forbidden Time Crystal, his life changes.
With a cataclysmic event imminent, he must lead a group from his home system to the opposite side of the galaxy. Everyone looks to their seemingly immortal race for aid, but even with their elemental powers, they are far from perfect.
Armed with the Time Crystal, they seek to stop an exploding star from decimating an entire population. The problem is, he doesn’t know how to use the crystal. Even worse, he might die trying.
Will King Oren stop the star from exploding? Or will time unravel?
Peace was all Xendara desired, but her enemies hunger for her power.
Every seven thousand years a child is born with the power of the stars. They are destined to lead the powerful immortal races of the Six Systems.
Princess Xendara is the heir to the throne, but her life is turned upside-down when a mysterious spaceship attacks. She learns her father had secrets. With his untimely demise, she must uncover them before her enemies remove her from power.
In her quest to keep peace within the Six Systems, she discovers a power she didn’t know she had; a power that everyone is looking to exploit. With the help of her childhood friend Darijus, she unlocks long lost memories of her past, only to find his destiny is intertwined with her own.
A prophecy guides her choices to the correct timeline. But can she trust a prophecy that foretells the death of a loved one? With the destiny of the Universe on the line, who she chooses to trust will divide a galaxy.
With powers her enemies aim to exploit, will she risk galactic war?
Hope is all Xendara has as her adversaries seek to shatter the timeline.
With her home destroyed, Xendara and her friends flee. Life on the run isn’t easy for them, their enemies are everywhere, and they only want one thing: her powers.
In the furthest reaches of the galaxy, they find an unlikely ally with powers greater than their own. With her help, Xendara and Darijus increase their powers.
But her adversaries unleash a formidable dark being from the future that seeks to reshape time. Together, they must stop this new threat while protecting their families. But with a traitor amongst them, it's hard to know who to trust.
Their bond is stronger than any in history. If they fail, their bond will be destroyed forever and Xendara will become the worst threat the Universe has ever seen.
After all a girl with the power to alter time, can destroy the Universe.
Will they be powerful enough to stop this dark goddess from altering time?
Trust is all Xendara has as an ancient evil awakens to destroy her.
In a galaxy teetering on the brink of annihilation, Xendara becomes the symbol of hope, as she leads her people into a desperate civil war. With her powers fading she embarks on a journey in a race against time to halt an ancient evil from destroying the Universe. But with the darkness growing inside her, she may lose everyone she loves.
With his heart divided, Darijus must choose between protecting Xendara or shielding his sister, forcing him to trust a former enemy. Navigating through space and time, he questions everything he’s ever known, including the person he holds closest: Xendara.
Together, Xendara and Darijus must face an enemy more powerful than the architects of the Universe.
Will they muster the strength to halt the annihilation of the universe? Or will the lure of dark powers prove too compelling to resist?
Serenity is all Xendara seeks, as her enemies aim to control the multiverse.
"This book was a fun mix of elemental magic and Star Trek level of galaxy travel. The author did a great job building Xendara’s character and her level of growth."
David - Read Freely book review
"I really enjoyed The Progenitor ... It is a world of harmony, of healing plants, of wise civilizations. Even during the most breakneck periods in the story, something about the world that Wright has created seemed to spread a balm over everything."
"I found The Progenitor to be a really fresh take on the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre (I'd call it a Sci-Fi book, but it has some great fantasy elements - which is really cool!).
The plot (no spoilers) is an intriguing mystery that develops with good pacing. I love the kind of mystery/conspiracy story that you get here. And when it's done in such a fresh and interesting setting with well defined and relatable characters, it's a joy to read."
The Equinox continues Xendara's story in such a way that it kept me reading late into the night--because I didn't want to stop reading it! "
"The author has created a fantastic world that sucks you in from page 1. This is the second book in the series and I found it picked up at a good point, I really enjoyed the prologue; (much like the prequel short story to the first book, I feel it gives great insight into the story.) I love the blend of nature and technology, and the tie in of nature terms. (The use of the nickname Sap, anyone?)
These books are incredibly smart and a fun read. I feel confident recommending this to any sci-fi fan!"
"Love to jump back into the awesome world building of the Progenitor books. I absolutely love the fantasy / sci-fi mix and the details that this world offers. The writing is great, and I usually have no problem following along.
I would recommend this series to anyone interested in YA, fantasy and science fiction. It's an easy but captivating read - though you would have to begin on book one: the progenitor."
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