Sunday, May 1, 2016

Liza intervews the book Bringer of Chaos by Kayelle Allen

Today, I'm interviewing Kayelle Allen's book Bringer of Chaos.  
Space-Rep: Is there a giveaway.
Liza: There is.

Giveaway - Free Download

Download and print three PDF Bookmarks. The first features Six, the human warrior. The second is Pietas, the immortal warrior. The third is the two, back to back.
Pietas and Six
Download a free adult coloring book you can print and share. Relax and color with friends. It's fun!

Space Rep: I love coloring books and bookmarks.

Liza: Today, I'm interviewing The Origin of Pietas, Bringer of Chaos.

Space Rep: Don’t we have enough chaos already?

Liza: Nope. So book with many words, may I call you Chao?

 Book: Are you misspelling the Italian word for 'goodbye'?

Space Rep: No. She's spelling Chaos, but if she types more than four letters she misspells.

Book: That's the most idiotic thing I've ever heard.

Space Rep: Well, it is what it is. So what's it going to be? Chao, Semp, Brin, or Orig?

Book (sighs): How about Brin, that’s a nice name. 

Liza: Finally, I feared all we were going to do is argue over your name, and I've got some serious questions for you to answer.

Brin: Such as?

Liza: Based on the information I received from a reliable source, you allowed your main character, an immortal, to get captured, held in isolation and not fed for an entire year.

Brin: Well, I would hardly say I allowed him to...

Liza: You are the book, which makes you responsible for all the characters within. And yet you did nothing while this poor immortal was stripped of everything but his honor.

Brin: Not true. I introduced a human into my pages, named Six. He took care of Pietas.

Liza: Took CARE of him? Shouldn't that include...I don't know...feeding Pie?

Brin: He had nothing to do with starving Pietas. Yes, he was the one who originally captured Pietas, but he was also the one who helped keep the immortal sane while imprisoned. 

Liza: Well, excuse me if I don't let him babysit my box of kittens.

Brin: I have no idea what that means.

Liza: You don't have kittens on your planet?

Brin: No...

Liza: Well, that explains a great deal. So what happens to poor Pie?

Brin: Pietas and the human are dumped on an alien planet--

Liza: Does it have kittens?

Brin: No, I don't believe so. 

Liza (huffs): So what's the game plan?

Brin: Pietas knows there are other exiled immortals and with the help of Six, he's determined to find them.

Liza: So Pie and Six are best of friends now, searching for other immortals?

Brin: (grimaces): I would not say the best of friends. Pietas has been killing humans most of his very long life, but he does allow Six to restore him to full strength and accompany him.

Liza: Wow! That's really considerate of him. Man do these two need a kitten!

Brin: Overtime Pietas does begins to wonder if he has found his first human friend in Six.

Liza: What other explanation could there be for Six restoring Pie's health?

Brin: Well, he could have restored Pietas so the immortal would keep others immortals from killing him. 

Liza (thumps head on top of book)

Brin: It's a reasonable concern. This friendship could be the beginning of peace between their people, or one more backstab in an endless line of betrayals. As his trust grows, so does the depth of detail Pietas reveals. This human will either be his closest living friend or the one whose betrayal will trigger all-out vengeance by the most powerful immortal ever born.

Liza: Let me help these two out. These are kittens. Pass them out to all your characters!
Brin: Thank you...I guess.

Liza: Now may I peek beneath your covers?

Brin: Why?

Liza: Because it sounds like a very good Warrior bromance if we just add a few kittens and soften them up.

Brin: If you bring kittens into my story, I am not responsible for whatever happens to them.

Liza: What do you think will happen to them?

Brin: They'll probably be eaten...I did mention Pietas hasn't had food for a year, right?

Liza: Space Rep! Grab the kittens!

Space Rep: I told you it was a bad idea.

Liza: Just take them and go. Now, Brin, open up your cover. My readers and I want a peek!

In this scene, Pietas is waiting in an airless room for humans to enter. They think they will pick up his lifeless body and put him in a stasis pod, but the immortal can hold his breath ten times longer than a human. When the soldiers enter, Pietas realizes they are from Ghost Division, a group of reanimated special ops warriors.

The stasis pod Pietas hid behind rested on the floor, and came up to mid-thigh. It hid him but allowed no view of the door. A sudden change of light told him soldiers had entered. Grunts, they wore beams on their chests to light their way. The idiots had left them on, which let him calculate the level of brightness. At least six.

That was all he warranted? He hardly knew whether to be amused or insulted.

He waited for a stirring of emotion but felt none. Smart. They'd sent either androids or ghosts with those new anti-emo chips. The latter would be fun to fight. When he killed them, would they experience a human death, or did they have to be terminated like an Ultra? How well did the chips work?

He'd find out in a minute.

A tiny trickle of fear leaked. That meant three things.
One: ghosts. Two: anti-emo chips? Worthless. Three: even the dead feared him.

More fear leaked, and then frustration. The ghosts were fighting the effect of the chip. They were afraid of being afraid. Typical. Humans underestimated the power of death. They thought dying and coming back to life meant you'd overcome the fear of dying. He had died thousands of times, yet he still avoided it. Their anti-emo chips had given them no edge whatsoever.

Excellent. He could use that.

Another hint of fear surfaced. It zinged over Pietas's skin like a cool breeze, good as a waft of air. How interesting! Emotion from the reanimated energized more than emotion from the living. He drew the aetheric fear into himself, gathering strength.
The silence meant no air had entered the room. He'd miss his favorite sound: bones breaking in his enemies.

Space Rep: Wow! This book sounds really good. I'm going to find the links to buy it. Found them!

Buy Bringer of Chaos

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Author Bio and Social Media

Kayelle Allen is a best-selling American author. Her unstoppable heroes and heroines include contemporary every day folk, role-playing immortal gamers, futuristic covert agents, and warriors who purr.
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  1. Niiiiiice! I love your interviews, and this Book-with-No-Kittens looks pretty intriguing!

  2. To clarify for "Brin" -- the planet does have cats, but they might just be immortal themselves, and they probably can't have kittens. Imagine a world where cats live forever and breed as usual. KittenWorld might be overrun in no time. :) Thank you for the fun interview!

  3. I'm keeping your book for THREE Days. Do not try to retrieve it!
    It's having fun....

    1. No worries. I have learned to let you have your way when it comes to book interviews. :)


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