Axel Avian grew up in an organization not unlike FALCON in a town not unlike Springfield, Missouri. He has traveled the world for his work. To relax, he enjoys sky and scuba diving, hang gliding, rock climbing and snowboarding. He speaks four languages, reads whenever he can and routinely trounces opponents on video games. (Bring it.) He would also like to note that he is humble, easily amused and occasionally very funny.
""Move over, James Bond: there's a new kid in town and he's way cooler. In Domino 29, author Axel Avian introduces us to Agent Colt Shore, a young, globetrotting secret agent who gets swept into an adventure he--and every reader--will not soon forget. Axel Avain has crafted a masterpiece of high stakes, fast action, and intriguing characters. It's a story that will have readers racing through the pages--and trying in vain to catch their breath. Domino 29 is a thrilling must-read!""--Robert Liparulo, author of the "Dreamhouse Kings "series" "and "The 13th Tribe" ""Imaginative, exciting! A Hogwarts for secret agents. Domino 29 will knock you over!"" - Bestselling author Andrew Gross ""Action sequences, nifty gadgets, exotic locales, and cinematic moments (including some memorable scenes set in the legendary Neuschwanstein castle), give this book a wide range of appeal."" - "Publishers Weekly" ""[Agent Colt Shore Domino 29] maintains a rising level of tension enlivened by humor, pop-culture references (including references to Bond, James Bond), death-defying stunts, just barely non-lethal action, and a spark of teen romance. It's the fantasy-fulfilling wild ride of a young man who has trained for a career as an intelligence analyst, and who suddenly finds himself a bit over his head in live-action-hero soup. It's a sometimes educational look at foreign sites we may not have visited before, even in books; full of convincing details and driven by non-stop momentum."" - Robin D. Fish, Jr. - Mugglenet.com Blog ""Great fast-paced page turner. Started it at one and stayed up till four because I couldn't bear having to wait to find out what happens next"." - Emily's Bookshelf Blog