Everscape: The Wings of Embra – A Novel by Christopher Sergi


A sci-fi fantasy novel for young adults, and all those looking to escape!

Everscape is a science fiction fantasy set on another planet. It’s the story of young teen boy trapped in an inescapable predicament, only to be given an opportunity to escape and start anew. Embra is a world of extraordinary technology, wisdom, and fascinating mystery.

Packed with action, humour, vibrant characters, aliens, and robots. Everscape is a story about redemption, second chances, self-worth, exploration, friendships, and moving forward. Feel free to read Everscape Chapter 1 for free, check out a few fun and fantastic Everscape Blog Posts, or better yet, sign up for the Official Christopher Sergi Newsletter for exclusive content, from short stories, sneak peaks, and FREE giveaways.

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Paperback ISBN: 978-1-9999866-2-9
E-Book ISBN: 978-1-9999866-1-2
Hardback ISBN: 978-1-999866-5-0

Let’s go to Embra!

Read Chapter One for FREE! Better yet, become an Everscaper and sign up for Christopher’s newsletter for exclusive short stories of all the characters Ethan meets on his adventure.

You’ll be first to recieve updates, sneak-peak chapters, and advanced reader copies in the Everscape series. Also, you’ll get the chance to win fun prizes, from books, candy, and goodies Chris’s sneaking into the giveaway.

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