Coming Summer 2018

Early praise for The Isolation Series

"Taylor Brooke's Omen Operation is a fast-paced and intriguing tale of the results of science gone wrong. Filled with true to life characters that go from the average teen to deadly human weapons on the run, prepare to root for these teens as they attempt to find sanctuary in a world that is now a stranger to them. Start to finish action, twists, battles and life-like characters will keep you glued to each page as these young adults find the only ones they can depend on are themselves."

 

"Taylor Brooke has done a remarkable job of setting the stage for a series that promises to be one to watch for!"

 

"Omen Operation is a fast-paced joyride of a novel."

 

"From the get-go I was hooked. Each character was so well-defined in their personality and way of living that I felt like I was sitting right there with them in their cabin."

 

"I was so engaged and hooked into the story. The main thing I want to shoutout Taylor Brooke for, are the characters. A million thank you's. SUCH a diverse set of characters, not only did they vary in race, but in sexuality. Taylor did such a fine job of intricately weaving their backgrounds and sexual orientation in such a refreshing way. It was like inhaling a breath of fresh air after suffocation. "

 

"Wow. I am absolutely in love with this book. "

 

"ECHO Campaign was a killer sequel to Omen Operation! What a page turner! "

 

"I really enjoyed Legacy Strain. It was exciting, tense, and full of heartache, love, death, destruction, and hope. There's a lot of emotion compiled into one story, and I really liked that."

 

"Expect to be deeply affected by the choices this cast of characters encounter as well as the outcomes. This is a fast-paced science fiction thriller that will questioning your own morality as you struggle to decide what choices you would make if you were in their shoes!"

 

"Overall: This whole series is definitely worth a read. This character driven series had me hooked from the beginning to the end."