We The People: Inalienable
Christopher Scott Wagoner
Morticia Thane has a problem. It’s not the fact that she has no memories before two years ago, or even the fact that she can’t die. Thane has been abducted by a top secret military unit, whisked away to a hidden facility in the desert by the stalwart but ruthless Captain Bast.
Thane meets a group of misfits like herself, and discover that they’re not mere prisoners but the last line of defense against a threat from beyond the stars. Can Thane and the others find a way to win? Or will the human race become extinct at the hands of an alien virus?
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy Saga
Length: 277 pages
Release Date: July 1, 2015
Imprint: Devil’s Tower
Chris Wagoner was jettisoned from his doomed home planet as an infant and crash landed in a field in the Midwest. He was taken in by a kindly couple and now lives to fight for truth, justice, and the American way! Sometimes he finds a free moment to pen novels like We the People.
Interview with Thane, lead of We the People: Inalienable
Q: So is Thane your first name or your last name?
Q:Ah, okay….Is it hard to fit in with other people, having the bizarre gifts you possess?
Q: Feel free to expand on your answer.
Q: Very well…You seem to get pretty close to Kwan Po during the course of the novel. Are you just good friends, or is there something else going on here?
Q: A woman of few words. You claim you can’t die, no matter what happens to you.
Q: What if you were incinerated in a fire? Would you piece yourself back together or would that be the end of you?
Q: I understand you’re much stronger than normal people.
Q: How do you stay in shape?
A: I beat up people who ask too many nosy questions! This interview is over.
Q: Such as it was.
A: What was that?
Q: Ahh, nothing!
A: Damn right it was nothing.
4.00 Review on Goodreads