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Brighton Publishing releases V.V. Vaymin’s “The Great Storms” in print
Author V.V. Vaymin presents a fantastic time-travelling voyage with a compelling cast and a carefully crafted, post-apocalyptic twist
As Hurricane Vita cuts a destructive path through the Florida everglades, Lydia Miller’s only concern is to secure her store and get her young son Andrew home before the storm hits.
Then, just when she thinks they are safe…a flash!
Now, scared and in shock and suffering from partial amnesia, Lydia finds herself waking up inside a grass hut in this new—and altogether different—world.
Held in the confines of a small jungle village, Lydia questions the young boy who found her, Xavier, about the whereabouts of Andrew. Her hopes of being reunited with her son are abruptly dashed when Xavier informs her that no one has seen or heard from him.
With only fleeting memories to go by, Lydia determines that this entire situation must be the work of Jeremiah, her mentally unstable ex-husband. Unfortunately for her, though, the locals believe differently. In fact, many of them believe Lydia to be operating with a group of people that have been abducting several of their own family members.
In this futuristic tropical forest filled with massive mosquitoes and bloodsucking plants, Lydia begins to question her own lucidity.
Finally, a key is revealed that leads Lydia to the answers she seeks regarding her own situation and the strange vanishings. Now, she must face down her own fears in order to find the truth, but…the jungle isn’t the only obstacle to overcome.
“V. V. Vaymin crafts a bold and completely captivating time-travel novel capable of gratifying the most faithful of Sci-Fi followers,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “Paying homage to the purity of Science Fiction, The Great Storms vexes and bewilders its readers from cover-to-cover.”
V. V. Vaymin is a prolific writer and has been published in the Michigan Science Teachers Association Journal and holds a degree in Liberal Arts and a certificate from the Institute of Children’s Literature.