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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Book Blitz: Power of Three by Cathy Parker

Book Blitz:
Power of Three
Cathy Parker


An alien child catapults by sheer chance to earth.

A beluga whale longs for freedom from the cruel confines of her small blue


Two powerful other-worldly beings seek to plunder our world, destroying our

people and our resources.

In this fast-paced, science fiction thrill ride, it falls to the fiercely

independent bystander, Shannon Kendrick, attorney and seaquarium volunteer, to return

the child Essi to her world. To find a way to free the desperate beluga,

Juneau. To defeat the ancient aliens. On the upside, with the arrival of Essi,

Shannon is startled to find not only that her physical appearance changes

dramatically, but also that she now possesses useful, almost magical, traits,

which will help her with insurmountable barriers.

But Shannon soon learns the most terrible threat comes from within: a bizarre

lavender lightning strike has caused the minds of the beluga and child to be

one with Shannon’s. Their presence consumes many more calories than Shannon can

possibly take in. They are killing her.

In a desperate attempt to outrace her own death,

Shannon enlists the help of her friends in battles to the death. Not everyone

will survive.

And . . . who or what is the other dark force that Shannon discovers lurking in

the shadows with the alien invaders?



Cathy Parker graduated from the Northwest Institute

of Literary Arts in 2015 with a Batchelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing,

concentrating on speculative fiction, where her imagination could soar. She

also holds a law degree. Cathy practiced as an attorney for many years, and

before that she enjoyed a career in journalism. She volunteered for eight years

as a zoo keeper’s aide and there she became well acquainted with one rather

obstreperous female beluga whale, the model for Juneau, one of the heroes in

her first book. Cathy posts matters of interest on her website.


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