Since men first started recording words on the walls of caves and on parchment, the greatest stories handed down through the ages deal with the battle between good and evil. The first four volumes of The Regime Guard's: 1000 Years of War Series continue in that tradition with four separate, but interlinked stories of the fight for dominance of an entire galaxy. The stories are set approximately 300 years apart, and show the evolution and the rise and fall of the three primary societies as the eternal struggle to balance good and evil rages on.
Red Storm Regime is the first volume of the series and in a unique twist to the norm it is not the adults who are the saviors of the forces of good, but rather a group of eight pre-teen children who are willing to give up their youth and their innocence to preserve the way of life of an entire galaxy.
One by one, these youngsters instantaneously morph from children into adults through the power of their god Elahim who represents the ultimate good. They are lead by Lena and Elana, twin sisters who were torn from one another at birth yet retained a psychic link.
They step forward to fight forces that range from the savage Strigoi, to the mystic, Lucid, a minion of the evil goddesses. They put their faith in ancient prophecies and become the Storm Regime. This initial war, which is fought both in space and on the planets of the galaxy between the Interrans, the Damanites, and Keyrie races, lays the groundwork for the sequels. As this manuscript ends in a spectacular battle, the Damanite race is decimated and the Zaeferi race survives to rebuild its civilization.