Brilliant science-fiction set in the
ancient City of Skala between a harsh,
hot, barren desert called Hellinar and
the dark, icy tundra of Ayon…
AUTHORS Patrick Morgan, David Kidger
– Science-fiction fantasy for fans of gaming.
– The first title in a forthcoming series.
– Authors are available for local press, signings and other opportunities around publication.
A planet slowly rotates, one side perpetual sunlight the other perpetual darkness.
Between these two sides lies the Divide, and the ancient city of Skala, the seat of humanity’s high council. Skala is slipping inexorably west from the divide into the harsh desert of Hellinar and to its death.
Over 1000km east, another city is on the verge of its birth, created with the aid of two ancient artificial intelligence cores.
When one of the cores goes missing, a series of revealing events triggers, hinting at something rotten, and deeply linked to the founding of the new city.
The loss of the core can’t be kept under wraps forever – soon a plan is put into place – forcing the rapid completion of an advanced exploratory vehicle that may be the only hope of a recovery.
Trinity is a story of family, forgotten history, advancing technology and a twisting series of events. Follow a collection of rich characters on
interconnecting paths to re-discover the truth about their small, isolationist civilisation – and something far bigger than any of them could have imagined…
Trinity by Patrick Morgan & David Kidger was an inventive and surprising scifi/fantasy. I knew this book would be something I’d enjoy because of the genre, but this was an amazing novel. I’m so excited, I can’t wait until the end to tell you this is a 5 star read.
The world building is rich. One of my favorite qualities of scifi/fantasy is the potential for escapism into the story. This is what happens in Trinity. I felt like I was part of the story, witnessing the events unfold in front of my eyes.
Twists and turns await you when you start reading this book. It was not possible for me to set this down because I was absolutely hooked. I could rant and rave all day, but my advice is to buy yourself a copy and get reading!
Thank you to Random Things Tours for the opportunity to honestly review this book on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Patrick and David’s first collaboration, the ‘Sega Star’ was published, by them, on A4 plain paper, at the tender age of 10. David got though university, worked for the BBC online, before starting his own web design company. Patrick
abandoned his pitiful academic endeavours at 19 to work as a support engineer and designer in Indycar and Formula 1.
Years later both were running their respective businesses, David’s in user experience and interface design, Patrick’s in Historic Motorsport or ‘seeing what everyone else did’ as he calls it. Reunited over a long promised pint they talked childhood, Transformers and Starcom. It’s a fact that boys love spaceships and robots, both had stabs at novels in the past so writing together sounded like fun. Patrick worked with Jade Gurss on his highly rated book ‘Beast’ in 2014, among other motorsport and technical books and loved every moment of it.
Patrick does words, illustrations and some ideas. David does ideas, mostly the
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