The Rider Trilogy – YA SF

The Rider Trilogy

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The Rider Trilogy is a YA SF set on a desert planet in the future. Lifang is an Agri-seer who dreams of becoming a Quetz Rider. Meng is a Hunter or a wild Quetz and who (according to the experts) is not meant to be ridden. But when Lifang encounters Meng at a waterfall, a bond between them develops, one that could lead to the fulfillment of Lifang’s dream.

BUY Rider (Gumroad)
BUY Speaker (Gumroad)
BUY Chaser (Gumroad)

The Quetz Convoy

Join the Quetz Convoy. If you are a fan and reader of the Trilogy, and you want a Quetz, this group is for you!

Which faction do you want to belong to! FACTIONS: Agri-seers, Rider Corps and the Medic-Corps.

 

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