Sydney & Sakura: Inferno Rift - eBook

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Sydney & Sakura: Inferno Rift

By: H.R. Chambers

About the Book

“You have GOT to be kidding me!”
she thought in disbelief.
“Am I holding a sword?”

Sixteen-year-old Sydney is a relatively behaved teen. She keeps to herself, takes ballet classes, and excels in school. Life is busy, but it’s good. It’s just her and her mom against the world, with everything as it should be.
Until one fateful afternoon….

In the blink of an eye, Sydney is plunged into an interdimensional conflict and discovers a long-kept secret of her heritage. She endures harsh training and must defeat her own inner struggles in order to save the world she’s grown up in and the world her parents once called home.

About the Author

H.R. Chambers grew up in California where she loved reading books by Judy Blume and writing short stories. She graduated from college with a degree in Child Development in 2005 and worked for almost twenty years in the field, including owning and operating a daycare for nine years.

She currently lives in Arizona and is in the process of making writing her full-time career. She is married (going on 18 years) and is mother to two children and the best dog in the world. When not writing, H.R. enjoys reading, playing Animal Crossings: New Horizons and celebrating Halloween all year long.  

(2023, ebook, 204 pages)



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  • 5
    Sydney & Sakura: Inferno Rift

    Posted by Gus Gresham on Jun 9th 2023

    Lively, energetic – fizzes with life and colour. The dialogue is snappy, there’s lots of great humour, and the action is fast-paced. The main character Sydney is funny, wise and engaging, and a kick-ass heroine! I loved the multi-dimensional sword and sorcery intrigue. And if villains are more your thing, this novel has one of my favourites of all time – meet Demetri: he’s so bad that being a serial killer is just an incidental detail alongside his day-job of being a super villain. In one scene, in which a hit was supposed to look like a suicide, he reports back “It’s messy, bring bleach”. Altogether, a real page-turner.

  • 5

    Posted by Steffani on May 22nd 2023

    Such a great debut novel , this book is full of exciting adventure and perseverance. Perfect for any YA reader. I would love to see the story continue into more books because I just want more ! I could even see it being a manga or anime , it’s that good.