By Owen Quinn author of the Time Warriors and Zombie Blues
They came from a world torn apart in a time experiment gone wrong. Their key to infinity became their death knell. One stray bullet and life changed forever.
The last survivors of Xereba, huddled together in the Juggernaught, a military spacecraft, were led to Earth by the vision of one man. Varran, the man who had unlocked the key to time travel, had seen the future; a darkness was coming to consume creation itself. The last battlefield would be on a blue green planet in a system of nine; Earth.
Now the Xerebans live among us, abiding by our laws since the 19th century while a solitary Varran watches from the Juggernaught. They could be the lollipop man, your best friend, the banker or the old lady that watches the world sitting in her favourite chair from behind net curtains. When darkness falls they will be waiting. Now Varran, the man who doesn’t age, along with Jacqueline, Jacke for short, Michael and Tyran, descendants of the Xereban race are the guardian angels of Earth.
They don’t know when or what form the darkness will take but they know it is coming. Earth must be protected. They are the Time Warriors. These are their stories…
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Owen Quinn is a resident of Northern Ireland and has been a life long science fiction and horror fan. He is a keen photographer from an early age. `His desire to write for his favourite show Doctor Who at the age of fifteen led to the birth of the Time Warriors series. He is the creator of both the Time Warriors and Zombie Blues books. He is a regular attendee at conventions across the country and infamously fell and broke his shoulder at his first Walker Stalker convention. He still managed to make his photo ops with both Chandler Riggs and Danai Gurira.
He is a keen photographer and a honourary member of the 501st Ireland Garrison. He also has a secret desire to be the first Irish Doctor Who.