September 19, 2017
Christopher J. Penington, a former police officer who now focuses on his writing, has completed his new book “Masters and Bastards”: an action-filled work about Andreas Marset, a young soldier from the Iberian army who has questions regarding his true identity, discovering his role in the wars about to happen in the future as he gets higher ranks in the army and unlocks secrets of his gifted mind.
Author Penington creatively writes on the battle between humans and aliens: “Andreas struck several enemy troops in the head, each strike with a slight telepathic energy splash, and the Vulgari fell beneath his might one after another. Here, Andreas got his first good look at this alien enemy. Their faces, largely unconcealed except for the breathing apparatuses that covered their protruding snouts, were covered by a thin layer of splotched translucent skin, exposing to plain sight every muscle or piece of cartilage underneath. The Vulgari were hideous to look upon. Perched near the top of the embankment, Andreas turned and delivered a spinning sidekick into another. The creature’s bony torso cracked into pieces, and Andreas found himself pulling his boot out of a sack of mush that had been the alien’s internal organs. Andreas’s head was throbbing, and his telepathic energies were demanding to be released. Not here! I must save my power for what lies ahead.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Christopher J. Penington’s well-crafted novel also includes an antagonist who can also be an important key in solving the puzzle behind Andreas’s character and uniting mankind in an upcoming war.
Readers who wish to experience this enjoyable work can purchase “Masters and Bastards” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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