Coming Next

Set in the 25th Century Portal Future

SCAVENGER BLOOD (Scavenger Exodus 2)

Ebook Release expected Spring/Summer 2019

Paperback Release follows two months later

SCAVENGER BLOOD COMPLETE2408. Humanity has travelled to the stars through interstellar portals, but the rebels and criminals were left behind on a ruined Earth. Eighteen-year-old Blaze is one of the last seven hundred people scavenging a living in an increasingly lethal New York infested by alien predators. Forced to step into the spotlight to help her father defeat a leadership challenge by her old enemy Cage, she’s now adjusting to being deputy leader of the uneasy alliance between the remnants of the Earth Resistance and the old criminal gangs.

As a child, Blaze escaped the firestorm when the London power grid exploded, and a similar firestorm will soon hit New York. The alliance must leave New York this spring or die, but they’re facing the twin threats of a fugitive Cage hiding somewhere in the area, and his old supporters causing trouble within the alliance. When a hunting party fails to return, the situation starts spiralling out of control, and the alliance’s off-worlder guests have a key part to play.

Scavenger Blood is the second book in the Scavenger Exodus series. This is set in the same future timeline as the Earth Girl trilogy, but takes place several centuries earlier, and features an ancestor of the trilogy’s main character, Jarra.

Cover art (C) Janet Edwards 2019, Cover Design by The Cover Collection.

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12 Responses to Coming Next

  1. ANDARIAL says:

    😀 😀 😀
    Great news 🙂
    Looking forward to the new Hive novel
    Looking like a gr8 Christmas for me

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  2. Kris Y. says:

    I’m super excited for this release!!

    I also have a Hive Mind world question: approximately how long in our measurements is a “cor”? Apologies if this has been answered before.

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    • Hi Kris, Good to hear that you are looking forward to the next Hive book. Cor is an abbreviation for corridor and sometimes used in a similar way to when someone in the USA talks about blocks. When Amber says they walked two cors to an apartment, she means they walked along two corridors. When she locates a target and says the person is about six cors away, she’s talking about how far away the person is in a straight-line distance. Cor is a vague term rather than a precise measurement and most people in the Hive will think of it as being somewhere between 100 and 150 metres. Amber often uses it when she’s looking at the world with her telepathic view to emphasize the fact that she can only roughly estimate distances.

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  3. Rachel G says:

    I’m so excited for this!

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  4. Karen Berglund says:

    I can’t wait, I love the Hive Mind series. Do you have a definite date yet for me to look forward to?

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    • Hi Karen, I’m glad you’re enjoying the Hive Mind series. I’m afraid I don’t have an absolutely definite date for Hurricane. I’m hoping it will be out in ebook by the middle of December 2018, but it has to get relayed to websites around the world, so there can be delays in the run up to Christmas. The paperback should be out in February 2019. Anyone who would like an email alert when I publish a new book, can click on the newsletter tab to sign up.

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  5. Monique says:

    I can’t wait – I like having the phyiscal copies so even a longer one for me.

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    • Sorry about the extra wait. 😦 I’m afraid I just can’t cope with doing both at once because there’s a completely different set of jobs producing the paperback. It has very different formatting, a cover with back and spine, and physical copies have to be checked. I really need to find a way to clone myself!

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  6. ANDARIAL says:

    Happy Xmas and New Year
    Not got around to reading it yet after i got the book for my Kindle,but hopefully sometime in the next week or so 😀

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  7. I hope you enjoy reading Hurricane, and happy New Year!

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