Is this real? For years, Victoria Custer thought she was dreaming.
While big game hunting in Africa, Victoria discovers her powerful and savage past and remembers her soul mate from 1000 generations ago. Her alter ego or avatar of that life - the cave girl - “moves in” so to speak. Refusing to accept that true love dies she begins the search for her lost love, and finds the modern world may hold as many dangers as her stone age life! That’s OK, because she vividly recalls that primitive life when there was no such thing as “have a bad day” because they were all bad. Life was a continuous grueling struggle to survive. That new attitude comes in handy, too. It doesn’t matter whether it is the indwelling avatar that attracts them or something else, Vic runs into bad guys and monsters everywhere she travels.
Then Vic takes her first trip as a travel writer. She visits the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. It wasn’t quite the tourist destination it is today. Vic is attacked by the wildlife, battles heartless slavers, and meets her first hungry cryptid. One lesson learned: you don’t need to be brave, you just need to do what needs done - which becomes Vic’s motto.
Fast paced and unpredictable, action adventure in the tradition of the adventure pulps of the early 20th Century. If you like Doc Savage, The Avenger (Dick Benson), Nancy Drew, or Tarzan or any other novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs you will love Vic Challlenger.
What reviewers think of the series:
"Vic Challenger personifies every sword or ax wielding heroine ever drawn by any heroic fantasy artist.
"the female answer to Indiana Jones"
"Great Campy Multi-Genre Book"
"I have recommended the Vic Challenger books to my wife and to all of my children"
"Any of these novels would make a really good movie."
"if you like Clive Cussler or James Rollins, these are definitely the books for you".
“The Incredible Adventures of Vic Challenger” series is inspired by writers like Edgar Rice Burroughs, H. Rider Haggard, Jules Verne, Arthur Conan Doyle and H. G. Wells; and by characters like Nancy Drew, Lara Croft, Alan Quatermain, Doc Savage and his cousin Patricia Savage, and Dick Benson and his assistant Nellie Gray. The writing style has been compared to Burroughs and is also reminiscent of early action driven horror novels by Graham Masterton,The series is set in the 1920’s and considerable research adds to the “realism” You will find yourself effortlessly learning bits of history, some of which may amaze you. Vic’s travels are woven into the history of the time, so you may be asking yourself “Is this real?”