The Saros Curse

By Lois D. Brown

Sci-Fi, Young adult | Paperback, eBook


After learning of her incredibly rare blood, Renee and her science-geek neighbor Sam investigate the mysterious details surrounding her birth. Using Renee's odd characteristics as clues — such as the spirals she draws everywhere, and her bouts of déjà vu — Sam and Renee piece together a secret so horrible and so fantastic, it shatters their sense of reality and forces them into a race against the Saros Cycle — a natural period of time after an eclipse. Will they be able to reverse the tragedies of the past in order to save Renee’s life and stop corrupt scientists who want to forever change the aging process?




Former Washington, D.C., news correspondent Lois D. Brown has turned her interests to mysteries and legends, appearing on television shows such as “American Unearthed” on the History Channel 2. Her nine published novels include a crime series Robbed of Soul that is based on the legends of Aztec treasure in Utah. Get sneak peeks and enjoy behind-the-scene fun by joining her VIP Fan List. Copy and paste this link into your browser: bit.ly/RoSAction


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Former Washington, D.C., news correspondent Lois D. Brown has turned her interests to mysteries and legends, appearing on television shows such as “American Unearthed” on the History Channel 2. Her nine published novels include a crime series Robbed of Soul that is based on the legends of Aztec treasure in Utah. Get sneak peeks and enjoy behind-the-scene fun by joining her VIP Fan List. Copy and p...


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