Invisible Dawn: Book One of Altered Realities

ABOUT Weston Kincade

Weston Kincade
Creative writing has always been a passion for Weston Kincade. He's helped invest in future writers for years while teaching high school English. In his spare time he writes poetry, short stories, and has completed two novels. Weston is currently working on the sequels in the Altered Reali More...


In a world where rare individuals have evolved, the government kidnaps specific children to study and utilize their abilities. Madelin has been imprisoned in such a facility for thirteen years and suffers from medically induced amnesia. Facing a hopeless future, haunted dreams, and an invisible past, each morning is an Invisible Dawn and life holds no meaning, until she meets Jedd. Her newly discovered godfather becomes her beacon in tumultuous seas as they strive to find answers and allies.

On the run from PASTOR Agency’s first trained shifter, an egotistical man with power hungry desires, Madelin and her godfather find their lives intertwined with a broke Cajun gambler, an ex-mercenary in search of redemption, and a rebellious Vampire.

Can they survive nature's mysteries and humanity’s greed? Will they find salvation? Only a Darwinian victory will do, but even that may prove futile.

After watching Ghost Hunters and discussing the Tenth Dimension theory with some friends, I couldn't help but consider the alternatives to what ghosts might be. Could they be reflections of people living in closely linked planes? From their, the world around Madelin, her godfather Jedd, Roger, Juno, and Daniel came spilling out. I didn't realize it at the time because I had already written a character introduction to Roger and Daniel, but the characters fell into the world as though it were meant to be.

"I found the story exciting and engaging – I enjoyed it from start to finish. For a debut novel, this one is remarkably well-done, carefully plotted and the characters well-developed ... Fans of cross-genre thrillers, suspense, science fiction, fantasy and horror should all find something to love in this book."
~ Katy Sozaeva

"A Thinking Man's Blade Runner - Invisible Dawn is great sci-fi book that keeps readers guessing and entertained from the brilliant beginning to the white hot ending. Readers are dropped into an amazing world with little clue about what is going on at first. There are ghosts out on the busy metropolis' streets, mingling with mercenaries toting futuristic weapons and civilians dressed in the fashion of the day. The story starts out on a high note and the excitement only gets more intense from there as we race into the heart of a world we slowly begin to understand, appreciate and even love. But the true joy of invisible Dawn is that it weaves its magic on so many different levels, from the action junkie surface to the deep questions about our place in society. This is a book that can be read and enjoyed many times. You will get 1,000 times more enjoyment from Invisible Dawn than you will pay for."
~ John Breeden II, Journalist and writer for Game Industry News

"Invisible Dawn by Weston Kincade is a thrilling and intricately written Sci-Fi novel. As soon as you open the book, you are thrown into the action! With every turn of the page you are brought further into a world of mysterious realms, amazing mental abilities, and an extreme government agency trying to contain it all. The main characters are riddled with personal demons, unable to escape the past but needing to forge through into the future. There is no time for regret. For stopping to look back will most likely get them killed. They have been brought together by fate and will battle whatever comes their way in order to stay together. In order to protect The Shifter."
~ Hazel O'Shea,

"It's bad enough when you only have one dimension to worry about! Madelin is in trouble in all dimensions. Along the way her Godfather, Jedd, and various characters help her stay ahead of the bad guys. This story is a little darker than what I've read so far, but I like it! I'm interested in multiple dimensions anyways, especially after CERN announced they may be able to prove the existence (on an atomic level) of the fourth dimension by 2013. This story will keep you entertained right up until the end."
~ Coral Russell, Alchemy of Scrawl

"People who like graphic novels, the TV series Heroes, or the movie Push will love this book. It is filled with artful tableaus, moments of poetry even amidst the fast moving violence and cruelty of man. It makes us hope, and press onward. Even people who feel beyond redemption can make a stand for right in this world. When shifters clash, whole worlds are affected. The ending is like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon with vampires."
~ Scott Rhine, Author of The Scarab and Foundation for the Lost