NEW! Author Reads Aloud Science fiction Dystopian Novel Libertaria: Reve...
This is my first try reading aloud from my work Libertaria: Revelation, an exciting science fiction thriller set in an apocalyptic dystopia! :) I tried my best with the dog barking in the back and I was a little out of breath because I'm eight months pregos, but I hope that you enjoy!
Libertaria: Revelation is the second book in the Libertaria Chronicles, available now at Amazon, Amazon Kindle, and Createspace.
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"Libertaria: Genesis is dystopian, and good at it, and that needs further examination." - J. Roseman, escapepod.org
“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.” –FanboysAnonymous.com on Libertaria: The Virtual Opera
WHAT FANS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LIBERTARIA CHRONICLES
"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!"
"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."
WHO IS LIBERTARIA?
Libertaria is not your typical teenager. Raised in the GenTech Factory post-apocalypse she's never celebrated a birthday, had a BFF, or had a first crush.
BUT SHE CAN MELT YOUR BRAIN WITH A SINGLE GLANCE!
The Underground militia is no match for the GenTech Factory. Genetics and cybernetics gone awry in a post-apocalyptic world, Libertaria must defeat an evil geneticist who took over her mind, a telekinetic two-headed Siren, mutant soldiers in Miami, and her own sordid past to save all of humanity. In this special two book expanded edition of the thrilling 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!
IN THE END WILL LIBERTARIA BE THE HERO?
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.
LIBERTARIA DIGITAL SCI FI SOUNDTRACK INCLUDED!
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.
An exciting science fiction dystopian apocalypse that will make your head spin! Delve into the world of the Libertaria: Chronicles. Available at Amazon, Amazon Kindle, and Createspace.
BOOK 1 Libertaria: Genesis
BOOK 2 Libertaria: Revelation
Libertaria Chronicles Books 1 and 2 Expanded Edition
Award-winning composer and obsessive sci-fi buff Sabrina Peña Young enjoys spending her free time playing the drums, devising plans for world domination, cooking Cuban food, and playing with her hyperactive dog Sandy. Young Currently lives in snowy New York with her family, but she misses her sunny home in Miami.
Young has been a TED Talk speaker, an opera composer, a filmmaker, a lousy comedian, and a dancing rat. Her work has been shown in Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Americas at the Holland Animation Film Festival, TedxBuffalo, Art Basil Miami, Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival, the NY International Independent Film Festival, NYC’s Opera America, NPR’s Morning Edition, way too many computer music conferences, and random boom boxes in France. Critics call her art "daunting", "epic", "groundbreaking" and on more than one occasion she has given audience members nightmares.