The Chronicles of Han Storm
by H Gibson 'Science Fiction Fantasy' Author
"Creata used to be my home planet. Having reached her limit of 9 billion people, our Planetary Government was looking for ways of sustaining such huge numbers. A reluctant pioneer, they turned me into a tool to be used for their ultimate goal of leaving their planet. I am Han and these are my stories . . . " - Han Storm
Adventure Science Fiction Fantasy books enhanced with Metaphysical undertones, a dash of Romance and a sprinkle of Horror!
Prepare to be Captivated. If you love Avatar, The Matrix, Dune, Stargate or LotR, these books are a must have.
The Chronicles of Han Storm, Creata Trilogy, begins innocent and naive, just like Han Storm, as he sets out on his journey of discovering and enhancing the metaphysical side of his being that is awakened by his career as a young Police Officer. Using and growing his talents to solve crimes at first, he later is made to realise that his planet is in serious trouble due to over-exploitation and he is the only one that can do something about it. Using his developing skills, he regains lost inter-stellar, worm-hole and Portal knowledge in order to assist the migration of his people to other planets.
Leilaka is a brand new adventure following on 400 years after the lifetime of Han Storm from the Creata Adventures. After saving the people of his planet by opening interstellar travel for them, our intrepid hero, Han Storm, is imprisoned in criostasis as he is deemed a threat to the power of the Creata Migration Committee. Han eventually wakes up, finding himself without a memory of who he truly is, where he is, or what he should be doing in a strange new world filled with dragon riders, troll-like creatures, elves and other strange beings.
"I have read 100’s of books, covering all spectrums, but never have I been this captivated. The book, characters and storyline starts off undemanding and uncomplicated. As the story unfolds, the characters as well as the storyline matures, dragging the reader into the tale, causing you to feel and experience with Han. On occasion I found myself reluctantly having to put down the book so as to put a damper on my emotions, be it sadness or anger. As I progressed with the book I finally figured out why I would become so emotionally involved. It dawned on me that this book reflects a bit of each of us, causing you to identify either with a character or a situation.
As you get more involved with the tale, loads of questions pop up, just to be answered directly or by inference, causing you to think “but I knew that!”.
The down side of the book is that I now find most of my previous books dull and slow-moving."
R. Gibson, Editor/moderator of Chronicles of Han Storm