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Sonora IV G.F. Hellstern

Sonora IV

G.F. Hellstern

Published 2012
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Short description---Absorbing what he can from his father while he still has time, Josué senses the war between the families will overtake him soon. Captured by Ormand Omri and his gang of sicario, Josué becomes a slave. He must fend off raptors,MoreShort description---Absorbing what he can from his father while he still has time, Josué senses the war between the families will overtake him soon. Captured by Ormand Omri and his gang of sicario, Josué becomes a slave. He must fend off raptors, fight his way through street life, dodge assassins and eventually lead the Syndicate before he can rise above his circumstances and stand for himself and his family.Extended description---“Dinosaurs won’t mislead you, Josué. Only the richest property supports them. If you don’t see a raptor on your first fly-by, don’t look twice.”Absorbing what he can from his father while he still has time, Josué Trevino senses the war between the families will overtake him soon. When confronted by a native woman and a cloud of sand in his father’s gold mine, life takes a new direction. Josué discovers abilities and a strange amber vision guiding him.Disguised as a native girl, forbidden to fight, Josué is captured in an attack on his house. He witnesses the death of his father before he is taken to Omri Manor, where he is forced into slavery. Plowing the rice paddies of his captors, Josué forms a unique connection with the world around him. He quickly realizes something more than his own strength is protecting him. A mysterious power works within the fabric of the planet to keep him alive.Josué and Felisa, a fellow slave, escape on a viper jet-bike from the Omri slave camp. They make their way to Sonora City to join Josué’s grandfather in the intergalactic smuggling operation known as the Syndicate.Fending off raptors, fighting his way through street life, dodging assassins and eventually leading the Syndicate, Josué rises above his circumstances and stands for himself and his family.