The Balam Restoration by D.L. Morris

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We were asleep too long. The enemy has been busy. There was a plan, to defeat the greatest foe in the galaxy, and I was key to that plan. Unfortunately, I can’t remember it. Not to mention, time has taken its toll on the once proud metropolis of Tewhebenco, the center of our operations. Now it is just an endless jungle, and we have to start from scratch, again. And, we have no means of getting to anyplace civilized.

Being lost in this jungle hasn’t helped, but at least we met a team of archeologists in training. The best thing to do, I guess, is accompany these college kids, and when they are finished playing around in the dirt, they will take us to what passes for civilization after seven thousand years. Then we can start rebuilding…

The stunning science-fiction adventure Ambivalence: The Balam Restoration Part 2 follows the continuing adventures of warrior Kendra “Amaratzu” Anteen. The battle to save Earth begins in the jungles of Central America. 

The Balam Restoration – Part 1: Without a Past
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Sci-Fi Thriller Takes the
Definition of Survival to the Limit!

Is panic an option?

When Kendra “Amaratzu” Anteen, the only hope for humanity, languishes in a maximum security Avalonian prison colony convicted of war crimes, Alexander Lokraven, grand admiral and supreme commander of the Avalonian Coalition, uses his prestige and influence to conduct the most daring break out in history.

Together they made preparations for the final showdown with an enemy that wishes to destroy anything and everything that is not of their design.

Now, as the time approaches, she can’t even remember who she is, let alone the plan for The Balam Restoration. Can she escape the shut down, but not abandoned, subterranean military facility before she runs out of air and options? Can she put the pieces of her life together? Can she succeed, Without a Past?

Panic is not an option.

About the AuthorD.L. Morris

D. L. Morris was inspired to write this series by his interest in ancient astronaut theories. He manufactures cutting lasers for industrial applications and lives in New Jersey.