Now that Grant’s memories have faded and he’s established himself as a rebellious but gifted Satellite, Grant should be able to enjoy some happiness in the ever-after. Eager to prove himself to the Elite team, it soon becomes clear that he has a new set of problems to manage. His friends are hiding something, his scars have become inexplicably painful, and the life of the woman he’s meant to protect on Earth has gone horribly awry.
Elite, the anticipated follow-up to Satellite, is the second installment in a trilogy set in a vivid world of wonder and possibility. Continue with Grant as he journeys through the unpredictable afterlife.
The three novels available in The Satellite Trilogy, Satellite, Elite, and Legacy, have been performing extremely well. Satellite was named Missouri's 2019 Young Adult Book of the Year by the Indie Author Project and has seen a nice bump in sales after recevieing the award. All three books have garnered many favorable reviews and blog posts. Bloggers from all over the United States, as well as Canada, Australia and India have highly rated and reviewed Satellite. Feel free to visit my website: www.leedavidson.net and click on blog reviews for a sample of such posts. Smashwords now carries and distributes the english version of the ebooks and after just three weeks, there have been over a hundred downloads of Satellite. Amazon has 40+ reviews, 30 of which rate Satellite as 5 stars, the highest review possible through Amazon.
Night Owl Teen says, "Not only was the storyline thought provoking and full of adventure. It was simply something new and beautiful.”
Chennai Focus says, "Different characters woven perfectly into an exciting and thrilling paranormal story line with a subject that has not been dealt with much before, Life After Death, makes this book a must read for fantasy lovers.”
NRC Books says, "The characters are done well. I had a really hard time putting this book down once I started it."
“You wanted to see me?” I wish my candlelit dinner with Troy wasn’t being interrupted.
“Yes, thank you for arriving so promptly, Willow.” Jonathan stops a few feet from the K hall in the grand marble lobby. “I am in need of your assistance with an assignment.”
Anxiety hits quick, making my heart rate spike when my mind ticks through all of my Tragedies. “For who?”
“I am saddened to say, Tatum Jacoby. She is careening off course once again.”
Tate. I’d bet the farm she is off course. Things like this tend to happen when the natural order gets altered. “But you said…never mind. What’s going on with her?” Aside from the fact that she erased all of Grant’s memories is what I want to say, but don’t.
“Grant’s inherent memory loss is a natural part of the process,” Jonathan says, using his unnerving mind reading ability—he can deny having this gift all day long, but I’ll never believe him.
“We both know the way his memories were erased was not natural,” I taunt.
“Despite how his memories were taken, losing them was essential, especially now that—”
“Now that he’s an Elite,” I mumble, knowing Jonathan is right. Probably, anyway.
“As a member of the Elite team, distractions in our work can be treacherous. Wouldn’t you agree?”
I hesitate before nodding. Regular Satellite assignments are strenuous enough. The kid has no idea how agonizing the road ahead is going to be. “Working towards the greater good,” I say with phony enthusiasm.
Jonathan smiles. “That’s the spirit. I would like you to accompany Liam on Tate’s assignment until we can get her advancing forward again.”
Already translated. Translated by Elisa Acquaviva
Elisa is professional and communicates well. I was thrilled to work with her again on my second novel. I hope to partner with her on other novels in the future.
Already translated. Translated by Nelson Leonel De Benedetti
Nelson is an excellent translator and has been a pleasure to work with. His communication throughout the project was wonderful and he works fast. I highly recommend him.
Already translated. Translated by Cinta Garcia de la Rosa
Cinta has been a pleasure to work with. Her communication is excellent and I am extremely happy with her translations of both Satellite and Elite.