So the two novellas?
By: Tee Morris
“He could still see her face, her eyes. And her hair. The way it flowed around her when she pulled up a storm around her. Daniel kept trying to refer to this husk in front of him as ‘Saturn’ but she never liked her code name…‘Ion,’ he said, ‘now is not the time to mourn our fallen. That time will come, but not tonight.’”
Harbinger Institute senior student, Daniel Hessler (age nineteen, code name “Ion”), watches fellow Anoisaibushi, Susan Adams (age nineteen, code name “Saturn”), die at the hand of Toyo Harada in order for the founder and leader of the Harbinger Institute to save himself following a savage attack from Bloodshot. Standing over Susan’s still, lifeless body with his master calling out to him, Daniel finds himself questioning everything Harbinger and Harada has been teaching him.
Tee Morris’s What’s in a Code Name?, a stand-alone sequel to Harbinger Wars # 2, is another thrilling instalment in the Harbinger series.
By: Tee Morris
“‘We hook you up to the IV and then I administer the solution carrying the nanite queens in hibernation mode. We will have them preset for your body temperature. They will activate once the temperature change is detected.’ Gary nodded…And just like that, he was in.”
One of America’s best, elite warrior Captain Gary Winneki has been recruited and cleared for a special op, a final covert assignment that has been issued without any hard data. His fateful last ride: at the Black Research Facility located in Atlee, Nevada, Captain Winneki is introduced to a revolutionary new development for the soldier of tomorrow.
Its name: Project Bloodshot.
Taking flight from episodes # 0, # 1-4 in the acclaimed Bloodshot series, Tee Morris’s Thanks for the Memories is a mind-bending, thrill-a-page ride that is sure to satisfy Valiant readers everywhere.
Now, I want to back up a moment. I remember seeing an amazing author (one I'm desperately needing to read) put up one on Amazon..... And I wanted it. Still WANT it. I have to get caught up here, but I will get all these.
By: Delilah S. Dawson
An old street woman gives Alyssa Myles, Jack Boniface’s friend (and Shadowman’s abettor!) a vial of perfume called Follow Me Boy. Alyssa brings the mysterious potion with her to the museum for dinner with Jack. Opening the vial she falls into a trance-like state and is drawn by an uncontrollable force to a plantation sunk in the steamy, fetid swamps outside New Orleans. Jack has no choice but to do as the perfume orders, following Alyssa into a nightmare world complete with powerful Voodoo curses and itchy-fingered Brethren gunmen. While chasing Alyssa down, Jack calls Dox, who warns him not to get into any trouble until night falls and he can become Shadowman. But it’s too late for that now and an entirely human and vulnerable Jack Boniface must face his darkest hour alone, before dragging Alyssa into the Deadside where Shadowman and his stricken friend are forced to confront and conquer their greatest fear – the dark, turbulent seas of their mysterious, unresolved past.
Delilah S. Dawson’s Follow Me Boy is another harrowing installment inspired by the acclaimed Shadowman series.
So, see? I need to get all caught up to get these. I neeeed these.