Immortal Wake: Complete Series Box Set - Zachry Wheeler

Immortal Wake: Complete Series Box Set

By Zachry Wheeler

  • Release Date: 2020-02-17
  • Genre: Science Fiction

Description

An award-winning tech noir series about a dark and distant future.

This box set contains the complete trilogy of books:

Transient (Book 1)

The year is 2578. An immortal regime has pushed humanity to the brink of extinction. Jonas, a human spy, must infiltrate the eternal realm and defeat the enemy from within.

Thursday Midnight (Book 2)

Two years after fleeing the city, Jonas remains in hiding. His plans to remake society are slowly progressing, but then a frightening new foe rises from the ashes.

The Mortal Vestige (Book 3)

Having witnessed the cold cruelty of annihilation, Jonas is stunned and disoriented. With nothing left to lose, he must sift through the ruins of civilization in search of hope.

*** BONUS READ ***

The Bone Maiden: An Immortal Wake Prequel Novella

In a horrifying time where humanity fought to survive, none were able to challenge the rising factions. That is, until vengeance found its champion.

Transient is a Readers' Favorite® 5-Star Selection and a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree

"An exceptionally well-written, thought-provoking novel that ultimately carries a humanist message, contrasting feigned morality with perceived evil." —Lex Allen, Readers' Favorite

"The world-building that author Zachry Wheeler does in Transient is simply amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and highly recommend it." —Geoff Habiger, Readers' Favorite

"An exciting read from the beginning." —Tanja Jurkovic, Readers' Favorite

"With its Kafkaesque rendering of humanity's backstory against the vampire-like eternals, the story has intrigue and drama focusing on a young spy's personal dilemma." —Lit Amri, Readers' Favorite

"There is much to like, and much to admire, about Zachry Wheeler's ingeniously unique and nimble interpretation of the rather widely exploited vampire genre in his instantly engaging novel, Transient." —Joel R. Dennstedt, Readers' Favorite

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