New Exciting Sci Fi Dystopian Novel Available at Amazon in time For Christmas!

I just wanted to share that my new sci-fi novel Libertaria: Revelation is now available at Amazon in a new Libertaria Chronicles expanded edition that includes Book 1 Libertaria: Genesis, Book 2 Libertaria: Revelation, a free electronica album download and exclusive author interview. 

You can order this new two-book expanded paperback edition just in time for the holidays! So very excited to share! If you like sci-fi, dystopia, telekinetic female characters, Blade Runner, Mockingjay, Divergent, 1984, or anything Ray Bradbury, then you need to check out the Libertaria Chronicles. 

Get the new expanded Libertaria Chronicles edition here:

In this special two book expanded edition of the science fiction series the Libertaria Chronicles, the young teen Libertaria escapes from the GenTech Factory and pairs up with her addict Father to destroy evil immortal scientists. With genetics gone awry, the world in utter chaos, and dark family secrets that threaten to destroy her, Libertaria discovers that sometimes to save the world you must lose your soul! With the world in tatters, will Libertaria be the hero? 

Based on the groundbreaking machinima musical Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, by the award-winning composer Sabrina Peña Young.

"Libertaria: Genesis is dystopian, and good at it, and that needs further examination." - J. Roseman,

“One of my favorite things about this story is its odd apocalyptic tone and strong sci-fi/fantasy foundation. The dark quality that comes with it is the cherry on top.” – on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera 

Based on the "groundbreaking" and "epic" animation sci-fi film Libertaria: The Virtual Opera by award-winning composer and artist Sabrina Pena Young. In the spirit of Hunger Games and Divergent.

With a score composed by award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young, the Libertaria Instrumental Soundtrack combines electronica and film music in an exciting and riveting way that jars the imagination and explodes the soul. 

“...As a story, it is very much in line with the good-vs.-evil sci-fi tradition, with the added bonus of a plucky female heroine…There are a good many percussion effects in the opera, and its tone is primarily quite dark and sinister, very much along the lines of a contemporary video game score.” Palm Beach Arts Paper Music Critic Greg Stepanich on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera.


"This book is dystopia squared. It's not and shouldn't be a quick read. It's complex and jumps around a lot. which is what good dystopia is supposed to be. To me, Libertaria is like a code that has to be broken. Like taking on a second language." - Reader

"Between the book, virtual opera, soundtrack, and all the extras, Young has created a convincing world...a dark dystopian future for you to get lost in. The characters are complex, flawed, and human, and you are never sure what they will do next. Looking forward to the next book in the series!" - Reader

"This book blew my mind with its creativity and vivid action. Who's good and who's bad? A truly original read. It made me think of one of my favorite books ever, Terra terra! by Stefano Benni. Give it a chance!" - Reader


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