Saturday, July 21, 2018

Aegis League Series by S.S. Segran

Aegis League Series Book 1
S.S. Segran
Sci-Fantasy thriller

League is a multi-award winning series about friendship,
courage and a quest to save humanity. MOVIE RIGHTS OPTIONED.

had our chance. Our days are now numbered.

friends Jag, Tegan, Aari, Mariah and Kody are cast into an adventure
of epic proportions when their small plane crashes in the remote
forests of northern Canada. They are rescued by a secretive tribe in
a hidden valley who possess astonishing abilities — and a
terrifying divination. 
group soon learns that not everyone in the peaceful village means
them well. But the worst is yet to come when they discover a larger,
more sinister force at work outside the valley. And it intends to
remake the world in its image.
to learn that the fate of humanity now rests on their
shoulders, the teenagers struggle to accept their new roles.
Armed with powers entrusted to them by an ancient prophecy and the
resilience of their friendship, can the group survive the onslaught
of a ruthless enemy and put an end to its cataclysmic scheme?
you like epic adventure stories with endearing characters
in an immersive world then you will love the
Aegis League series!

Collide. Heroes Arise.

imaginative and thoughtful…” ~
F. Pickering, inspiration for Academy Award-winning movie Dead Poets

125,000 copies sold/downloaded & 1.8 million page-reads in
Kindle Unlimited!

Aegis League Series Book 2

League is a multi-award winning series about friendship, courage and
a quest to save humanity. MOVIE RIGHTS OPTIONED.

first wave strikes. The assault on humanity begins.

mysterious plague destroys crops and leaves swaths of farmland around
the world in ruins. Panic and riots break out. Famine and rebellion
push nations to the brink of war.
the memories of their fateful summer suspiciously erased, straining
their relationships, Jag, Tegan, Kody, Aari and Mariah must
regain what’s lost to battle the forces of darkness advancing
across the lands.
themselves hunted by operatives from a clandestine organization
at every turn, can the group outmaneuver their pursuers and stop
the world from descending into chaos?
you like epic adventure stories with endearing characters
in an immersive world, then you will love the Aegis
League series!

Collide. Heroes Arise.

Daniel Silva and Rick Riordan had a love child, it would be the young
S.S.Segran. With the intensity of an adult spy thriller and the
relatable characters that teenagers enjoy, Aegis Incursion takes YA
Action, Adventure, and Fantasy to a new level." 
The ~

125,000 copies sold/downloaded & 1.8 million page-reads in
Kindle Unlimited!

Aegis Series Book 3

fans of Maze Runner, Hunger Games and Percy Jackson comes an
award-winning story of friendship, courage and a battle for humanity.

second wave is unleashed. The world is forced to its knees.

strains of a devastating pathogen infect population centers around
the globe. From mega-cities to remote villages, the descent into
chaos is swift as the disease spreads like wildfire.
Jag is injured from an accident, Tegan reluctantly assumes leadership
of the group as they are tasked with their most challenging mission
yet by the Elders of Dema-Ki.
things take a turn for the worse when one of them becomes infected
and hovers on the brink of death. The friends throw caution to the
wind and risk everything in their quest for a cure… one which, for
reasons unknown, has remained concealed for over two thousand years.
Tegan and the League discover the remedy before a relentless enemy
locates and destroys it, sending millions of lives to their end?
you like gripping action-adventure stories in an
immersive world, then you will love the Aegis League

Collide. Heroes Arise.

the tradition of the prior two books, readers are treated to chapter
after chapter of fascinating characters, exciting action and
apocalyptic consequences." ~
The US Review of Books ~

125,000 copies sold/downloaded & 1.8 million page-reads in
Kindle Unlimited!

Excerpt Two:

Atsor!” a voice thundered.
Aari felt his blood run cold. Slowly, he and Mariah turned around to face a powerful beam of light. They raised their hands to shield their eyes, both moving instinctively to block the boulder behind them.
If he sees the ropes, we’re in trouble, Aari thought.
The guard lowered the flashlight; Aari could only see a silhouette as his eyes tried to adjust to the sudden shift in brightness.
Atah medaber ivrit?the man asked.
Ivrit . . . that means Hebrew. He’s asking if we speak Hebrew. Aari shuffled through the few words he knew in the language. “Loh, loh ivrit. Anglit. We speak English.”
The guard became disgruntled upon hearing that. In stilted English, he asked, “What you doing here?”
Aari swallowed. “Uh . . .”
Mariah suddenly rounded on him. “I told you!” she screeched. “I told you we shouldn’t have come up here!”
Aari nearly tripped over himself in his surprise. “What—”
No! Don’t even try! I told you, there’s no need for something overly romantic! A simple day trip to the Dead Sea’s a good enough date! But do you ever listen to me?”
It took a moment for Aari to catch on and when he did, it took everything he had to keep a straight face. “I was trying to do something nice for you!” he yelled back. He noticed that she’d slipped her hand to her back pocket where the radio was, just out of the guard’s view. “But you always have to go and make a big fuss about it, don’t you?”
A fuss? Look at where your harebrained idea just landed us. Thanks so much! What a fan-freakin’-tastic night! I’d rank this as the worst date of all time!”
Hey, hey!” the guard boomed. “Calm down!”
Mariah stormed past the guard, taking his attention with her. Aari quickly faced the boulder and deflected the light, rendering it and the ropes invisible. He backed up so he and Mariah stood together, forcing the guard to turn toward them, away from the big rock. From the corner of his eye, he saw that the white-haired man sported a gray shirt and black pants with a holster on his hip.
Definitely a park guard, he concluded. Old guy, but he sure doesn’t move like one.
My mother warned me about you,” Mariah hissed.
Aari stifled an eye-roll. Of course, pick the most clichéd of clichés.
What you doing here?” the guard demanded again. “Hours closed!”
This . . . this complete idiot thought that staying here after hours would be romantic,” Mariah snapped. “I told him no, we really shouldn’t, but he kept insisting. I am so, so sorry!”
Show ID.” The guard, though gruff, was obviously thrown off by the quarreling.
Aari, needing to keep the boulder in his line of sight to hide it, reached into his pocket and pulled out his passport, as did Mariah. The guard took the documents, then stopped. Aari could feel the man’s eyes on him.
Probably wondering why I keep looking past him, he thought.
The guard whirled around. “What you looking?”
What you—” The man halted. He peered straight in the direction of the boulder. In his peripheral view, Aari could see the guard’s mounting perplexity, as if something was missing.
Nothing, sir,” Aari said. “I just don’t want to look at her, because she’s so bloody ungrateful when all I did was try to be more romantic like she wants me to!”
Don’t you dare!” Mariah screamed. “I am so done with you!”
Yeah? Well I’m done with you!”
Quiet!” the guard bellowed. “My God!”
Aari’s heart raced as he watched the man go through their passports, alternating his flashlight beam between the documents and their faces. Then he slipped the passports into his shirt pocket and motioned for the teenagers to walk ahead of him, back to the north side of the mesa.
Are we in trouble?” Mariah asked. “Please, it was an honest mistake! I’ll never date another moron!”
I send you down. Other guard will get you. Walk, please.”
Aari fell in step with Mariah, feeling very conscious of the guard behind them. Oh no, oh no, no, no. What are we gonna do? Where are they gonna take us?
What’s that?” the guard asked harshly. “Madam, back pocket. Is that radio?”
Every ounce of color drained from Aari’s face.
Is that radio?” the guard repeated.
Mariah cleared her throat. “Yes. But it’s not on.” She pulled it out, and as she did, Aari caught sight of her thumb on the dial, discreetly turning the radio off. “See?”
Where other one?”
Aari whipped around furiously. “She chucked it over the side of the mountain! She threw it away in one of her stupid fits!”
Mariah kicked dirt at him. “Don’t make me look insane!”
I don’t have to! You’re doing a damn fine job on your own!”
Enough!” the guard shouted, glaring at them both. “Okay, that’s it. You go down. Now. And you will not come here again.”

Bestselling author S.S. Segran is a lover of books, dogs and all the
popcorn she can stuff her face with. Her genre-defying Aegis League
Series traverses the exciting worlds of action/adventure, sci-fi,
thriller and speculative fiction in the YA universe. Even as she
delves into her creative endeavors, she intends to support youths in
developing countries realize their potential through her non-profit

When not devouring a novel or
writing one, Segran can be found drawing on paper and tablet, or
tumbling into a black hole of comic books and video games. She's an
ardent fan of horseback riding and parkour, and having enjoyed
jumping out of a perfectly fine plane at fifteen thousand feet --
perhaps skydiving.

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