Onyx : The Fourth Novel in the Pseudoverse

Onyx : The Fourth Novel in the Pseudoverse


In this fourth thriller in the Pseudoverse Series novels, we take you into an ancient time and new direction. Caught between the past and the present, a young archaeologist is thrust forward into the future as a pawn in a twisted game hosted by the corrupt, the greedy, and the underworld. In this fourth novel in our Pseudoverse, the year is 2049, twenty-seven years before Cobalt. Who was the very first Pseudosynth? A detective working a case of murders become a casualty of Ray Nelson's early work as we follow her and her partner through the wasteland of lies, cover-ups, and mummified remains. This thrilling and mysterious follow-up to Emerald will have you on the edge of your seat as we unveil who was 'the first genetically engineered conscious being' in this tale of Egyptian lore turned painfully bloody, and cubed."I have been reading much of CG Blade writings since he asked me to beta read Chrome. Being the sixth novel in the Pseudoverse series, I wanted to at least read the first novel. I am a chronically ill person, so reading is not something that happens every day, nor does writing...consequently, why my FB has gone dead. C'est la vie. I was able to get Cobalt and Crimson under my belt but sorely wish now that I could have read them all first since Onyx was slightly revealed in Chrome, and is my favorite novel for many reasons. - The ascension scene at the end of Onyx will never leave your mind or heart. I cheered and cried. These novels are entirely unique." Kate D. Amazon reviewLook to the darkened skies above as the moon moves closer to the sun. In an ever-growing eclipse, the Goddess Serket, the Scorpion Queen, is born for the first time. Onyx is one 'hell' of a ride that ends with a shocking conclusion leading to the fifth novel in the series, Heliotrope.Once it awakens, you had better run like hell! May she have mercy on your tainted soul... Onyx is an homage to the best of all Mummy movies and books and is dedicated to Egyptian director Alex Proyas.

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Cindy J Smith, Katerina Ventova, Cindy Calloway
Paperback | 182 pages
152 x 229 x 11mm | 272g
Publication date
15 May 2018
Independently Published
Illustrations note
Illustrations, black and white