Elements (The Biodome Chronicles series Book 2)

| June 13, 2018


“Feelings are real. They often become one’s reality. But they are not always based on truth…”

New Eden Township is more than a dungeon for Fillion Nichols. Sealed inside the experimental Mars colony, there is no escape from anyone, especially the young woman who has haunted his life for nearly six years. To preserve his sanity, he focuses on one goal: decoding the mystery behind the Watson deaths.

Meanwhile, to prove his worth to the Daughter of Earth, a young nobleman ventures beyond the walls of the biodome and experiences the Outside world for the first time. But his quest takes an unpredictable turn when he meets Lynden Nichols and Mack Ferguson, who draw him into their world–an underground community also confined and isolated by society.

As worlds converge, each young man faces a choice that will affect the survival of an entire community. And to save the generation they fight for, both men must defy the boundaries of everything they know.

Cultures collide as The Biodome Chronicles continues in a compelling quest for truth, forging an unforgettable story rich in mystery, betrayal, and love.

Are you ready to discover what is real?

“…Elements was a beautiful, original, and well-written second addition to this series…”
Kookie Krysp Reviews

“Elements presents the most thoughtful, realistic vision of the near future Ihave seen in this genre so far… part murder mystery, part romance,part fantasy, part science fiction, part eco-punk, but the mix neverfeels contrive.”
— Selah J. Tay-Song, award-winning author of Dreams of QaiMaj series

“…an incredible blend of mystery, sci-fi, fantasy,and romance…I couldn’t for the life of me predict how this book wouldend.”
— Tyffany Hackett, author of The Thanatos Trilogy

“Elements is a fantastic romp, seamlessly blending theultra-modern with the medieval – a wonderful addition to the series!”
— J. Ellen Ross, author of the Mad Queen’s Massacre series

The crispness and confidence with which the narrative is revealed, and howthe characters are brought to life, is brilliant. The textures andvisuals are vividly woven into the plot layers, all threaded togetherwith Jesikah’s masterful use of language and dialogue.”
— Artic Fricbergs, author of The Muskokans


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