Fencing is just a sport for Austin and Skylar Swiftbrooke, until they find themselves on Saffrian and discover how lethal swording can be.
The Young Artist
By moonlight Cabrill watches her sculpture soar through the sky as if it were a bird. Art should not move on its own, yet hers flies. It warns of a growing power that threatens to destroy her planet. Survival depends on a brother and a sister from another world who fill her drawings. And on a blade like no other.
At the Earth colony on Callister, Austin continues to practice fencing, even though he hasn't faced a real opponent since his sister Skylar vanished. He's suspicious of the short-statured man with three names who suddenly appears saying he knows where Skylar is, but Austin would follow anyone and go anywhere to find her.
Skylar has fallen through a portal that had been sealed for centuries, landing on another planet. Now as she sits on a log in a forest with a borrowed sword waiting to be kidnapped, she realizes this the most fun she's ever had.
The Master Translator
Ko Lain Po swore blood loyalty to the Lian Clan. But he must choose between honoring his pledge and saving the people he cares about most.
Ancient swordplay clanks against high-tech fencing in this epic adventure. Brilliantly plotted, Blade of Mad Vision is clever, funny, and filled with fascinating, memorable characters.