The Mind Eaters 2: The Chronopsyker

The Mind Eaters 2: The Chronopsyker

by Ethan Somerville

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The psionovore colony that attacked Earth may have been defeated, but their sister colonies, still lurking in the depths of space, learn of the destruction. They put aside their differences and join to destroy the Earth once and for all.

They form a mass big enough to eat the sun.

However this time a herald comes to warn the Earth. A remnant from an ancient colony wiped out many thousands of years earlier, Lothar SoulEater has been ostracised from his own kind and achieved sentience. He yearns to wipe out the rest of his race. He informs Cassidy and the SPACE team that this time one Dodecahedron won’t be enough. All Earth’s psykers will need to unite to create a psionic shell around the planet.

Lothar also states that chronospyker – a psyker capable of affecting the flow of time itself – will have the power to defeat the psionovores.

However, while Cassidy and the SPACE team work to track down a Chronopysker living in Australia, followers of the late Colonel Melville decide to stage a revolution.

Now before General Cassidy can hope to unite the Earth’s psykers against the psionovores, he must first unite his own people.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154490167
Publisher: Storm Publishing
Publication date: 08/03/2017
Series: Eridon Chronicles
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 527 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Ethan Somerville is a prolific Australian author with over 20 books published, and many more to come. These novels cover many different genres, including romance, historical, children's and young adult fiction. However Ethan's favourite genres have always been science fiction and fantasy. Ethan has also collaborated with other Australian authors and artists, including Max Kenny, Emma Daniels, Anthony Newton, Colin Forest, Tanya Nicholls and Carter Rydyr.

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