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Tranquil Fury: The Anti-Matter Chronicles [Kindle Edition]

P.G. Thomas
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Book Description

For your reading enjoyment, all three books of the Anti-Matter Chronicles were released at the same time.

Four high school students shook their heads in disbelief; Lauren and Logan, fraternal twins, Eric the football captain, and John the intellectual prodigy, as they looked up to the three suns blazing high in the sky, and wondered, what had happened. As they scanned the horizons they could see nothing but deserted grasslands, and had no idea of where they were, but they were not on Earth. They remembered seeing the mountains from their bus windows, and the accident, as they now stared at that evidence in the field of tall grass. And lying unconscious, Zack and Ryan. What started off as a normal school day, quickly changed into one the oddest day of their young lives.

Then they see one lone traveller heading their way, and he offers his assistance to take their injured friends to the ‘healers.’ With no other choice, they accept, but their oddest day, quickly becomes even more peculiar. Their trip leads to a truly unusual forest, then to elves, and then to dwarves. And it is at the dwarven Ironhouse Mine, that the adventure truly begins. Here some of the mysteries are revealed, but others are also presented. And one of those mysteries is a six foot long sword, made by four foot tall dwarfs, but it lacks a name, and champion.

In book one of the Anti-Matter Chronicles, Tranquil Fury, you will find a fresh, fast paced adventure, with unique characters, odd circumstances, unusual events, with an exceptional and original story line. Unlike most epic novels, where one character has a foreboding sense of the underlying currents, in the Anti-Matter Chronicles, the unknown has already embraced the resident characters as they wait to welcome the six new cast members. And it is with their insight, that the truth is realized, and the real threats discovered.



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  • File Size: 2404 KB
  • Print Length: 270 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JVXUCEG
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #762,729 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Story June 25, 2014
First time reading this author and wasn’t sure what I was going to get into. I don’t like to give the plot of the story away in my reviews, so with that said…The story is a slow start, which is usual in setting the backstories of the characters. After everyone has been introduced then the stories pace picked up. The plot is an interesting twist having teenage kids transported to another universe. Last time I seen a plot like this was back in 1983 with the Animated Series Dungeons & Dragons very seldom in anything that I have read. Some of the dialect was difficult to read until I got use to the format then I began to enjoy the story. The cliffhanger at the end makes you want to start the second book as quickly as possible. I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to lose themselves on another world.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A five-star review on Tranquil Fury By P.G. Thomas June 21, 2014
A gifted copy was given in exchange for an honest review.
A very good read with an interesting plot. You never know what is going to happen next. Everything is new for everybody so they have to learn as they days pass by. Five people are in a bus going to school and suddenly, after an accident in a tunnel, they get to a different place, a different time full of unexpected and strange things. In this place some of them develop strange powers which help them to be safe from the strange forces who threaten them and the people who live there.
For me it was difficult to read due to the strange way some of the characters speak but with any doubt it is a great book with interesting and unexpected twists. I would recommend it to anyone who likes to have a good time with a good book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tranquil Fury June 10, 2014
I was given this book free from storycartel.com for my honest review.

We start with four schoolmates in a bus crash. The first to wake (I think it was John) notices that there are three suns and nothing looks like it did at home. The others wake up. There are Lauren and Logan, the twins, Eric the huge football player and Zack, the odd goth boy, and Ryan who is in a wheelchair. Zack and Ryan are badly hurt.These people do not usually hang out with each other. In fact, Eric has been stealing John's glasses and giving him a very hard time.

That is the beginning of the story. A lone traveller comes and tries to help. He decides that they need more immediate help and they travel on. Lauren is the first to change. Ryan is able to walk.

By the time they get to the Ironhouse mine, she is recognized as an Earth Daughter. The head dwarf at the mine gets her to name a giant sword. She names it "Tranquil Fury" and names Eric as its champion. There is lots more adventure. It continues in Sky Elf and Blood Bond. If you don't buy all three at the same time, you will wish you had.

I very highly recommend this trilogy!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Great ideas but too much redunancy November 30, 2014
I really wanted to like this book. In fact I really liked the beginning and thought it was a great start, but then it got painfully slow. The overall story is about a group of kids who are pulled to another world. Each child has a place in the other world for them to make a difference. About a third of the way in the story started to crawl and was incredibly redundant. Great ideas but had to ultimately give to stars because a 100 pages went by and I was reading the same thing! If the story was edited down it would be a terrific book. The characters were very likeable and there were lots of fun new fantasy things that I enjoyed reading about - the way magic was used was great and entertaining.
I received a complimentary copy of the book for an honest review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Feel good novel July 10, 2014
By Jay
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What starts off as your typical high school novel quickly turns into a sci-fi-ish, magical land (expect dwarves, elves, etc.) after a school bus crash. For me, this is easy to read, and a feel good novel. The characters are diverse, and the adventures are exciting and fun to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Now I have to read the others! June 25, 2014
When I started this book, I wasn't sure how well I'd like it. But that soon changed, and I was caught up in the story. The plot moves along at a brisk pace, with mysteries and surprises throughout. P.J. Thomas has created quite a few good, interesting characters in this first book of a trilogy, along with a story that I feel the need to follow through to the very end.
I'm hooked, and plan to start book two today if possible. I definitely don't want to miss out on the excitement!
I was given a copy of this through Story Cartel in exchange for my honest review, and I'm glad I chose it. I'll definitely be reviewing books two and three as well.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Tranquil Fury June 25, 2014
This was pretty good. It did take me some time to get used to the "dwarf speak" but once I did, I found myself enjoying the story. There is some slight profanity. No romance, not even a hint, so if you like that in your reads, you've been warned. The ending is also a bit of a cliffhanger so if you don't like that, once again, you've been warned. :) All in all, an interesting read.

I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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