THE THIRD CORRIDOR
by Angel Lynn

April 2004
ISBN: 1-58608-433-X
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The only survivor from the crash of her craft and stranded on an unknown planet, Sera's main concern was safety. She could not remember the objectives of her mission nor the crew. Only flashes of memory served her. Her survival instincts kicked into high gear. Especially when a warrior knight rode in on a horse. Emotions warred within her. Flee or help the wounded man? Her integrity won out. Now, she must take care of him as well. Even when she finds the severed head in his bag, Sera does not desert him though, time may prove her foolish for not doing so. Her basic human compassion would not allow her to abandon him to die. Besides, she really didn't want to be alone in this strange world in which she'd arrived.


Jerad recognizes Sera as the progeny of Gaia, the Ptino asteri of the Edict, sent to him to be bonded with him. He knew she was not a woman to be underestimated. With the goal of reaching his Corridor in mind, he convinces Sera that accompanying him will provide safety whereas the Zone itself is massive enough to hide enemies who lie in wait. On his planet, Protogio, Sera's status outranks his own. It is his duty to give her honor because it is told that the Starbird, Ptino asteri, will unravel the mystery to use the Key of Orion's belt. And Jerad, as the Keeper of the Key, will be bonded to Sera. He holds the Key and she holds the knowledge to use it.


But then, nothing is as it seems and some things that Sera believed to be true are proven false. Jerad becomes not only her guide, but her rock as she finds truth in The Third Corridor.


Author, Angel Lynn has successfully created a complex, yet riveting, tale of loyalty, vengeance, suspense, and adventure. In the midst of all that is an out-of-this-world love story which is sure to please. Readers will be intrigued as well as entertained by The Third Corridor.


Reviewed in May 2004 by Rho.

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