As Heart surveys the destruction by The Purist-driven bot invasion of her home, the tiny moon, Pink, she hears a high-pitched wail. The little clockworks dog, Yippee, leads her a pile of stone under which his mistress is trapped. Heart quickly mobilizes the surviving clockworks, mechanical, and bio residents of Pink to save her.
Filled with fury and grief at the relentless, wicked destruction, Heart resolves to right the wrongs of The Purists, who are hell-bent on destroying the life-improving works of Father Inventor, and the good deeds of The Cause of All Beings.
The mystery surrounding who The Purists really are, and who – or what! – is at their helm, heightens when Heart returns to Earth with her clockworks, winged horse, Equuleus, and the intrepid soldier for freedon, Jackson.
They need to solve the riddle Xavier put in place with arcane bits of information that Heart is certain will lead to her father’s cloned brain, illegally downloaded many years before, and previously believed destroyed. But it’s now on the scene, cleverly and diligently countering Father Inventor’s every move, employing his own logic and genius.
Heart faces her worst nightmare when caught in an underground maze made of an adamantine mirrored matrix, populated by Bots. Will she discover her father’s cloned brain and save The Darling Undesirables, Earth, and Pink from it, and the evil acts of The Purists?
Or will the The Inventor’s Clone prevail?
“Blythe Ayne’s beautiful penmanship pulls you into a vivid world, imaginative beyond words – the world of The Darling Undesirables is a true gem of literature that will appeal to all ages.” Lizzy Shannon, Author of Song of Bullets & A Celtic Yearbook
About the Author
She has been published in over a hundred print venues, and in excess of 1,000 online sites under her own name, as well as pseudonyms and ghosted writings.