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Every
  • living thing
shared the same
  • Destiny
...until now.

A quiet businessman—known by most as Joe Kettleman—narrowly survives an attempt on his life. While recovering from surgery to remove a bullet, imaging reveals a lethal tumor. Unwilling to spend his final days under chemical bombardment, he returns to a remote cabin in New Mexico to die in peace.

But when death takes its time and Joe outlives his supplies, he’s forced to take a perilous journey through the deserts of the Bisti Badlands. Two days into what was supposed to be a five day trek, Joe comes across a town.

A small city, really. Right in the middle of nowhere.

And it’s not on any map.

That’s when Joe’s fate collides with that of a beautiful young woman, desperate to escape the strange city and making wild claims about a genetically enhanced pandemic that will soon wipe out most of humanity.

Clearly she’s delusional. But something has her genuinely terrified. To unravel the mystery, Joe will have to put his death on hold.

Is This Book 2 of the Breaking Series?

No. Not really. Each book tells a complete story and can stand alone.

That said, Breaking Destiny is a sideways companion to Breaking Gravity. The two adventures are taking place at the same time, each explores a different “scientific” discovery, and each follows a different set of characters. It does not matter which story is read first, but I recommend Breaking Gravity since it was written first.

Both stories–both scientific innovations and both sets of main characters–will come together in a third book, Breaking Everything.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. I like the premise. I am willing to be an alpha reader. I am not a journalist nor English major so I come with no great skills. Just an avid reader who enjoyed your first book.

  2. Oh this sound good! Can’t wait to read it!I loved Breaking Gravity, I’m sure I will love this one to!

  3. I too have just read Breaking Gravity and really enjoyed it. Just need to get the series itch scratched to know how it all pans out. Well done to date. I will leave a review.

  4. I have just finished Breaking Gravity and I loved it, I have posted a 5 star review on Amazon, please keep writing, I am aware that the new book runs along side your first, but I would really like to know what happens to Dale and Kermit.

  5. The first book was great and I gave it five stars on Amazon. I have put the second book on my wish list and hope that it also has Atlanta locations in it.

  6. Breaking Gravity was a five-hour (maybe six, I forget) non stop read. This one’ll be just as good, I’m sure.

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