Corr Syl the Terrible completes the introduction to the Tsaeb civilization that began with the novel Corr Syl the Warrior,” says Rogers. “The story shows how a change of mind can transform weakness into strength."
Humboldt, Arizona (PRWEB) May 01, 2015
In this science fiction novella the young Tsaeb (silent T, long a) warrior Corr Syl has discovered he hates killing and is brooding about his future when he learns that someone has kidnapped his true love, Rhya Bright. The kidnapper, a powerful enemy of the Tsaeb, uses Rhya as bait, unaware of the superior abilities of Tsaeb warriors. But when Corr captures the would-be assassins and Rhya overcomes a room full of guards and almost escapes, the kidnapper realizes his mistake and flees with Rhya, leaving false trails and traps in his wake. Corr pursues in a mysterious old warship he borrows from a museum. Dodging bombs, missiles, and jet fighters, Corr follows Rhya and her kidnapper to a fortress inside a dead volcano where the final trap awaits.
“Corr Syl the Terrible completes the introduction to the Tsaeb civilization that began with the novel Corr Syl the Warrior,” says Rogers. “The story shows how a change of mind can transform weakness into strength. In this story, the change alters the future of the Earth itself.”
Garry Rogers is an advocate for wildlife and nature conservation. A former professor at Columbia University in New York City and author of the award-winning Arizona Wildlife Notebook, Dr. Rogers has appeared on NPR and PBS, and often meets with library and school reading groups to discuss his work. His first novel, Corr Syl the Warrior received the Kirkus Star, and won Arizona Librarians’ OneBookAZ contest (2014—teen category). His next novel is taking shape as a grand expansion of the Tsaeb civilization and Corr Syl’s role as a leader. Rogers says that the book will go far beyond what he has written before.
Corr Syl the Terrible (paperback: $12.95, 132 pages, 6 x 9, eBook: $2.99. ISBN: 1511694076) is available online from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and it will be on the shelves in neighborhood bookstores as soon as the trucks arrive.
CONTACT: Garry Rogers, 928-925-7191, grogers(at)sigmaxi(dot)net , Wildlife/Nature Conservation Blog.