S. L. Bradbury’s New Book “Children of the Song” is an Amazing Science Fiction Adventure that Merges Two Distinct Civilizations with the Most Profound of Consequences

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Recent release “Children of the Song” from Page Publishing author S. L. Bradbury is the story of two children desperate to escape from the dangerous mercenaries who murdered the rest of their family, while developing a deep and formidable power.

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S. L. Bradbury, a former Infection Preventionist in the health care industry, has completed her new book “Children of the Song”: a gripping and fantastic story of twin brothers risking everything for the survival of two children who are the sole proof of a clandestine genetics program centuries in the making.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, S. L. Bradbury’s exciting tale begins in the woods on a backward planet, called Xanis where an attack is brewing. A peaceful hold falls to enemies and House Lonmere’s extensive family is decimated with only the youngest and oldest children surviving.

Kit and Megs, sheltered and protected at Lonmere for so long, are now caught up in a desperate attempt to flee from the foreign mercenaries who murdered the rest of their family. But, there is no stopping the abilities they both feel growing in their consciousness. Awareness of some deep and abiding wonder become strikingly clear when both hear the Song for the first time.

Jans and Jon Stockwell, twin brothers and operatives from an advanced civilization assigned to the Brandish-Lonmere line, are frantic. Forbidden to use modern tech, they could not stop the attack and subsequent deaths. Now, they must protect the two youngest surviving children at all costs. For in these children, the long awaited extra-sensory perception talents their clandestine genetics program has cultivated over the past centuries, are about to bear fruit.

The twins are left with no choice. Risking their jobs and freedom, Jans and Jon must break every rule they swore to uphold.

Two very different civilizations; one primitive and one advanced, are about to crash against each other’s shores with profound and far-reaching consequences.

Readers who wish to experience this futuristic work can purchase “Children of the Song” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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