The coldest of seasons has set in, filled swords, robots and family drama.
When aliens come marching into the sleepy city of Mantlestown, Connecticut, the only ray of light in the thick gloom is from a tiny stone that cost Isaac Comett five dollars (plus tax).
Young Isaac believed his only job in middle school was to blow off homework, play video games and try to get a date with his crush, the cunning local delinquent June Farnell; not defend his hometown from vicious space pirates! Yet when a Memorite Shard, the most powerful substance in the universe was placed around his neck, all of that changed.
With he and his small circle of friends bound to the power-giving stones, Isaac is pulled from his comfortable life with his single mother and younger brother, and forced to fight a secret war against the merciless Captain Straum. With each passing hour, more questions about their abilities and unyielding attackers arise, and their only source for answers is another shady alien, and fellow shard wielder named Chenzo.
Lying to his mom and swinging a sword become Isaac’s new life as he, June and the others train to become Shard Knights; defenders of the Memorite. Unfortunately for him, he’s the team’s weakest link, and the challenge to survive the one year bonding period feels more impossible with each clash. And what’s worse, his estranged father Zack is back in town after a year long hiatus, ready to “set things right”…again.
Will Isaac defeat Straum’s army of mechanical warriors, save his family and live long enough to put on his graduation cap, or will Comett burn out like so many others before him? Join Isaac, June, the slick talking Austin, his brainy beauty girlfriend Emma, and the comic-book loving daydreamer Fiora in this epic sci-fi rumble and see!
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R.T. Driver was born in New Haven, Connecticut in 1990 and still lives in New England today. He is an avid video game and anime fan, and uses tropes from each in his writing without excluding those “not in the know”.