Conflict Rising THE SERIESInspired by the Raiders of the Lost Ark Ancient Aliens and Doctor Who Best sci fi time travel story going S LennonTravel back in time with the Aurora Conspiracy Prequel Series and follow Au

  • Title: Conflict Rising
  • Author: GingerGelsheimer Christina Keats
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE SERIESInspired by the Raiders of the Lost Ark, Ancient Aliens and Doctor Who Best sci fi time travel story going S LennonTravel back in time with the Aurora Conspiracy Prequel Series and follow Aurelius, a man from another world, on his adventure with generation after generation of the Proctor family through some of the most important events and discoveries in hisTHE SERIESInspired by the Raiders of the Lost Ark, Ancient Aliens and Doctor Who Best sci fi time travel story going S LennonTravel back in time with the Aurora Conspiracy Prequel Series and follow Aurelius, a man from another world, on his adventure with generation after generation of the Proctor family through some of the most important events and discoveries in history Meet famous historic figures and discover how they were impacted The possibilities are endless with this cast of characters, who must surely be out there somewhere.Continuing on from Crash Landing CONFLICT RISING I can t wait any longer It s time to take control Emily Proctor journal entry December 3, 1897Devastated and angry, Emily will stop at nothing to get Aurelius home, if she can only find him On her new adventure, she will meet Liza, the witch doctor, and just in the nick of time but is it Liza of the past or Liza of the future Emily will also discover a secret that will change the Proctors forever.Meanwhile, Aurelius investigates the Underground, the true Area 51 operated by the military and a strange society He will cross paths with arch rival enemy and future ally, Syrius, who will save the day than once throughout the Aurora Conspiracy saga While he s there, he is also introduced to Nikola Tesla, who vows to get him home.Emily will meet Syrius and discover that he knows Aurelius and where the Underground is When she decides to follow him, she finds herself in the kind of trouble she never could have imagined, with a noose around her neck Will she make it out alive, and what does President McKinley have to do with it Conflict Rising formerly titled Tesla, McKinley and the Freemasons Conflict Rising is the second story from the Aurora Conspiracy Trilogy prequel series You may also enjoy Quest of the Hybrid Aurora Conspiracy Trilogy Book One.

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    1. GingerGelsheimer Christina Keats says:

      Ginger Gelsheimer 1973 became part of the surf ski writing team in 2009, when the Aurora Conspiracy franchise came to life over a great bottle of vino What if he lived And Aurelius was born.With writing partner Christina Keats, she took a leap of faith and embarked on her own adventure of a lifetime with the Aurora Conspiracy trilogy, kicking her corporate job to the curb Together, this surf and ski team has explored the outer limits of where life could actually take them The freedom and boundary less adventure in Aurora Conspiracy has truly become a reflection of the freedom they have demanded and achieved in their lives.Ginger lives in Tampa, Florida where the ocean inspires imagination She lives with her daughter and a house full of black furry animals and four huge fish in the pond.



    2 thoughts on “Conflict Rising

    1. Conflict Rising was a fun read. I like the premise of the story, an alien crash landing on planet Earth and trying to adapt to a new life while he tries to find a way back home. Love blossoms between him and the daughter of the farmer who takes him in. Of course, they can't just live happily ever after. Where would the fun be in that? After her newfound love is taken by the authorities, Emily sets out on a quest to find him. If you care to partake of this story, you too will be able to enjoy the [...]

    2. Attention: This second book in the series. This series should be read in order to follow the story. It immediately starts where the first book as left off. With that said… Aurelius has just been taking into custody and Emily tries her best to follow. has just been taken and Emily is trying to follow. Watching her quickly change from a girl to a woman she stands her ground when she received no word back from President Mckinley. Along the way she meets Liza. Liza knows much more about the visito [...]

    3. This was certainly not what I expected. When I picked up this series, it was Sci-Fi, aliens, blah blah blah. It was free, so I thought to myself, why not delve outside of the normal genres I read and try this one out. I am happy to say that I really enjoyed it. I devoured this whole series in 2 days. Yes, it's very sci-fi, alien conspiracy and what not. But, there's a love story in there. Aurelius is willing to cause the universe to go to war and Earth to be destroyed, for love! I've tried readi [...]

    4. Review by Nic's wife.I'll say right off that this is not a series to read out of order. If you stumbled onto this one before any others, like I did, you'll be fairly confused, and a lot of stuff will go over your head. I realized my husband also had the first book in the main series, and went back to read it after, and this one makes so much more sense, now.I like a lot of aspects of the concept and worldbuilding, but I'm not quite sure why the authors chose to serialize this set of stories. I'd [...]

    5. "Conflict Rising" by Ginger Gelsheimer is an inspired cross between science fiction, time travel and historical fiction. It is the second part in the Aurora Conspiracy Prequel Series and is set at the end of the 19th century. It features president McKinley and Nicolas Tesla who work with crash landed Aurelius and Syrius from a different planet in the Southern USA.Emily, a young woman, has fallen for Aurelius and he for her, something that complicates the inter-species relations.This is a short e [...]

    6. Exciting Science Fiction AdventureIt's the year 1897. Emily Proctor is helpless to stop the soldiers who haul Aurelius away from the Proctor farm in Aurora, Texas. Since she can't use brute force to wrestle Aurelius free of his captors, she will have to use more devious methods to rescue him.Emily decides her father must use his college connection to President McKinley. She convinces Judge Proctor to write to his old friend. Emily knows it will take weeks for a letter to reach the President. Whe [...]

    7. I really loved episode 2, it was short and a fast read. It left off where the soldiers came to get Aurelius. They took him to The Underground in New Mexico to help scientists leaving Emily behind. Emily is really depressed and she leaves Texas. On her journey she finds out something about herself while staying in an inn. Will she get to see Aurelius again? You will have to read this to find out. I really do enjoy this author’s work, she grips your attention and holds on. I am excited to read [...]

    8. Emily is most definitely one kickass heroine - even riding across the countryside when she wasn't well, to free the man she loves from the US government. She gets a well-deserved five stars, all on her own. A cool little cameo with Jess from the future tantalised me and made me wish I could read more of her story, at just the point where Emily needs her help most. While I really liked Quest of the Hybrid, I think I'm starting to like the prequel series even more - the story doesn't jump location [...]

    9. A fun story of aliens meeting up with humans on Earth of the past. I found it appropriate for juvenile readers who might accept the abrupt unresolved end, and continuing series. I have the next two of the series to consider continuing. A few complicated sentences need editing, but the simple writing was easy. Recommend it for younger YA readers.

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