Their powers came from beyond the stars!
...From an alternate-history Earth -- an Earth like ours, except for the few people who can fly, read minds, or shoot lightning bolts from their fingertips.
Now they're here. On our Earth.
A band of two heroes, two heroines...
Comet...the fastest flier in the world.
Aurora...Mistress of psionics. Player of games.
Star...Master of sunfire. Aurora's twin brother.
Cloud...Hurler of the lightnings
... and their World's leading enemy of humanity
Eclipse, the enigmatic.
She says she saved the world. The League of Nations says she needs a swift trial and a slow execution.
Nice young women
who just want some good clean fun
with power armor, plenty of high explosives,
and a few cute Minuteboys.
It is 2174.
From the hills of American Manchuria
to the depths of Outer Space.
America's Girl Militia battles Franco-German Treachery.
Clan MacDonald is surrounded by enemies. Clan Gunn wants its lands. Mysterious pirates assail its shores. The All-Conquering Generalissimo suspects it of treason. Foreign trade is interrupted by foreign invasions.
Angus Valentine Macdonald, the seventh child of The MacDonald, must travel to remote Mercia to defeat the treachery of the Lunarian Empire, the corruption of Langwadoorian invaders, and the rapacious greed of the alien Trell to protect his homeland and win the hand of his lady-love.
Eclipse...World’s Greatest Tween Superhero!
World’s Most Terrifying Tween Supervillain!
She's twelve. She’s hardworking, bright, self-reliant, good with tools, vigorously physically fit, tough as nails, still young enough to disguise herself as a boy. She’s also a persona: She flies, reads minds, and is not afraid of necessary violence.
Now she’s procured the Holy Namestone, the Key to Paradise. And everyone in the world will be happy to kill her to get their hands on it.
Nine Gees...eight short stories and an epic poem by George Phillies.
Nine Gees...spanning medieval fantasy, space piracy, mentalic duels, aliens, classical theology, and the monster that hides under the bed.
Modern literary heroes drown in their own angst. Phillies' heroines prefer sword, pistol, spell, weapons of mass destruction...and courage and determination.