Love and Hate.
Good and Evil.
Light and Dark.
The Kota of Zenith have waited centuries for the Warriors. They’ve thrived on their beautiful, Earth-like planet, although nobles hoard wealth in the Sky while Ground commoners grow hostile. Now, Empress Jen Mu Ril insists that Rave force the last Kota prophecy in order to bring peace to their world. But the Warriors know what this prophecy will mean for Kynacoba. And have the Kota learned nothing about faith in five hundred years?
Shocking them all, the Warriors’ greatest enemies are discovered on Zenith. It’s then that Amu’s Magi mission becomes clear. Everything they’ve fought for as the Warriors comes together in one last, desperate mission. They must save their people and stay strong, even after one of their own is murdered.
With the help of Neema and Toel, two Zenoes with secrets of their own, the Warriors must discover what it truly means to be Kota. Only then can they fulfill their duty and reach the promised Re-Life of peace.
“I read the first book of this series, The Kota, a number of years ago. Intending to read the rest, I recently started again, and I’m glad I did. The storyline is a useful view of what might happen to create a dystopian world today. Consider, a disease pandemic spreading throughout the world. Consider, a government finds a cure, but rather than end the pandemic, the cure is used to subjugate the population. The choice–accept the leader and his dictatorship, or not get the vaccine, which has a limited immunity requiring constant boosters. Into this world is born a group of warriors and a prophecy that they will end the dictatorship and save the people. Book 4, the Zenith Prophecies, is the final installment of this adventure. As the story expands beyond Earth, the Warriors continue to chase after the cure which has been brought to other planets, with the expectation of spreading the disease throughout the galaxy.
The characters are well-defined and their mission remains to end the reign of the dictator. How they do it makes this story exciting. If you want to read an adventure that crosses both space and time, as well as crossing genres, you will find a winner here.” – 5 Star Review from Michael R. Stern, Author of Storm Portal