A violent past. An ill-fated mission. A love that refuses to die. After years in suspended animation, Griffin and Luke wake up alone on the star-ship Calypso. Griffin recalls fragments from his past. However, he has no clue what happened to their fellow crew members.
TOM, the ship’s beat-up android is no help. He informs Griffin that their mission is of critical importance. The problem? TOM has no clue what the mission entails.
Meanwhile, Griffin's intense attraction to Luke builds. TOM is determined to squash the budding romance. Does an even more sinister agenda lurk in his silicone brain? Evidence of violence lies hidden in a restricted zone. Griffin hacks TOM to learn what happened. But everything goes wrong.
They crash land on a storm-ravaged planet called Sian. Populated by incredible extraterrestrial beasts and amid an uprising against a brutal dictator, Luke is captured.
The fate of the planet will depend upon Griffin saving his friend and accepting his destiny. Can he unravel the extraordinary truth about their mission before it's too late?
Thunder's Rhyme is the first novel in the Lost Planet series of YA new releases. If you enjoy lgbt teen romance novels with intricate world building and plenty of action, adventure and suspense you’ll love this book!
M.S. Kaminsky writes young adult urban fantasy and sci-fi with dashes of suspense, mystery and romance. His most recent release, The Mermaid Curse Series, reveals the enigmatic origin of mermaids in a gripping fantasy that spans generations of women.
When MSK is not writing he can be found with his husband attempting to tame the white water rapids of upstate New York or weeding in their garden. So far the rapids (and the weeds) are winning!
What would you do if you woke up suspended, naked in a sphere tubes attached to various parts of your body?
Within the sphere were vein-like connectors. The veins connected to various points on his body. A thick one attached to his heart. Others attached to the palms of his hands, the top of his head and his umbilical region. His heart kathudded in his chest and the orb pulsed with each beat. It was difficult to see beyond the confines of the sphere except to note it was bright. Filtered light streamed through. It appeared as if another sphere, about three meters away hung next to his. Within that sphere he made out a human figure. Too blurry to see much else.