After years of adventure and many close calls, Desa Kincaid wants nothing more than a quiet life with her family. Her partner, Kalia, has been elected to the city council, and their adopted son, Brendan, is growing up strong and healthy. But when a new threat comes to her world from beyond the stars, Desa must embark on a journey that will take her across dimensions.
Anna Lenai never wanted to be famous; she never asked to be in the spotlight. That kind of thing just happens when you save the world enough times. After fending off an alien invasion, Anna is ready to settle into a comfortable routine. But the arrival of a stranger from another dimension pulls her into a new adventure, too.
Together, the two must face an enemy that threatens to destroy both of their worlds.
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Sci-fi at it’s best
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2023
Desa Kincaid is the strength of the people, and her kind (field binders). She has mastered the art of manipulating kinetic energy, which proves to be effective in battle. If she falls, much hope for the city of Bekala will be lost.
In the midst of all the mayhem and war, there’s a gate that can make a difference. The gate represents hope and wonder for many, while for others it represents a path for power and takeover. There are numerous Intergalactic Gates, but this one does not guarantee a return. In the novel titled “The Ancient Gate” by R.S.Penney, The author takes you on a sci-fi adventure to remember. Are you ready to dive into his world of marvel and discovery. If you dare, step inside the gate and remember to have your universe destination code in hand. Author R.S. Penny will provide you safe travels to the depths of your imagination. Just put your trust in his pen, he wont disappoint.
2.0 out of 5 stars Good ideas, but Disjointed.Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2023
I was sent this book in exchange for a review. The main character seemed like she would be a strong and wise person. However, she was not. In the second part when the audience is taken to Earth, there is another female character who more so embodies what I thought the main character would. It was difficult to get into the book, and at times the plot felt disjointed. The writing was good when it comes to grammar. It is the first in a new series and can read as a standalone, but there is a lot of new vocabulary, which might have been explained in the previous series.
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