We Journey No More N/A by Sahara Foley

When runaway teenagers Don and Janet pull off the mountainside road for a few hours’ rest, they don’t expect to wake up 1000 years in the future.

We journey no more n/a

When runaway teenagers Don and Janet pull off the mountainside road for a few hours’ rest, they don’t expect to wake up 1000 years in the future.

There, Earth is a desert planet where nomadic tribes are little more than slaves to the Ganu, the powerful and dominant ruling tribe. Dangers lie at every turn, but Janet and Don are soon befriended by one of the tribes that roams the small zone not contaminated by radiation.

When Don is hailed as the mythical, prophesied savior of the small tribe, they must use all their cunning and resourcefulness to defeat a powerful, cruel enemy and save the lives of their new friends.

We Journey No More is an exciting time travel story set in the distant future.

Genre: FICTION / Science Fiction / Adventure

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Action & Adventure

Language: English

Keywords: none

Word Count: 48935

Sales info:

Steady sales, bestselling author.

Sample text:

Sunday, December 16, 1991


The headlights of a rusty, green, ‘76 Dodge Dart sliced through the darkness, illuminating the blacktop road ahead.  With red-rimmed, blurry eyes, seventeen-year-old Donald Giroux spied a turnoff to a dirt road heading into the night.  After traveling all day, he needed a place to stop and rest, as he’d never driven this many miles before.  He steered the Dart off the roadway and up a steep incline, then applied the brakes with an ear-grating screech.  He knew they were fifteen miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico, but without money for a motel, they had to sleep in the car.  Their limited funds had to last until they reached their destination: Anaheim, California.

He noticed a clump of five-foot tall, dense brush, so he drove off the rutted road, bouncing in his seat as he parked between them, facing south.  Switching off the headlights, he glanced nervously at the instrument panel.  Would his beloved clunker last the remaining miles? 

When he was sixteen, using money he earned tutoring fellow students on computer programming, he finally bought his long-awaited car.  Even though it had more rust than green, had ugly green fur on the dashboard, and an odometer that read years instead of miles, he loved his car.  The Dart gave him the freedom to break away from the constraints of a small-town life, and a place for him and his high school sweetheart to be alone, parking along the wheat fields of Manhattan, Kansas.  

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