Welcome!

Thanks for stopping by my site! I hope you find it a useful reference for the books in my Aliomenti Saga series. If you’ve new to the series, the first volume is available free at most major online retailers. Click here¬†for links.

If you want to know when the next book is out, sign up for my mailing list. As a thank you, I’ll give you the password to a secret page with some additional content not available elsewhere. Shh… don’t tell anyone!

Newest Release Coming Soon Future Projects
Detonate2Detonate
The Ravagers – Episode 2
Released April 1, 2015

The Turing Cube
A short story in
The A.I. Chronicles
Released March 13, 2015

Deviate2Deviate
The Ravagers – Episode 3
Release Date: TBD

Transparency
A short story in
The Dragon Chronicles
Tentative release April 24, 2015

…Untitled…
The Ravagers – Episode 4

Adam’s Journey
The Aliomenti Saga – Book 8

16 comments on “Welcome!
  1. elaine pitzen says:

    i couldn’t decide on a favorite all excellent and couldn’t wait for the next book to come out

  2. Pamela Blackwell says:

    Love the books

  3. Morag Birkett says:

    Love the aliomenti saga, can’t wait for the last book..thankx for giving me a fantastic read.

  4. Maia Bradford says:

    As a new reader to your Aliomenti series, and a part-time writer trying to go full time, I’m enamoured of your writing. Thank you for the past hours of getting to know your characters, your writings, and you.

  5. Tim Waggoner says:

    I enjoyed a Question Of Will and look forward to the rest of the series.

  6. Donna L. Jacobs says:

    I am an avid reader. This series had me hooked from book no. 1.
    I hope Albrink writes so much more. Note: This would be so awesome as a TV series?…..

  7. Keith says:

    I don’t understand why these series aren’t at the top of the lists. They are excellent reads.
    I’m now a big fan.

  8. Pablo says:

    I’ve just finished reading the Book one of the Aliomenti saga. To say that I loved it doesn’t help anyone. Let’s try this instead: The pace is fast; the plots and sub-plots are reasonable and logically valid; combine the previous with a fresh and light prose and you get an excellent best-seller type of fiction.

    I would recommend it without any reservations to any Sci-Fi fan that wants something to enjoy as a light reading.

    It’s a difficult to put down book!

    Thank you for the effort that you put into your creation.

  9. Elaine Fisher says:

    I just read A Question of Will and I literally couldn’t t put it down. I started in the late afternoon, read through supper, skipped my shower, and brought the book to bed with me and read until 3:00AM. I am 63 years old and it has been quite some time since I have read a book straight through like that. I loved it and can’t wait to read the next one in the series.

  10. Mary says:

    I’m on book six of the series. I must say it has been wonderful reading these books. Fast paced, well plotted, imagniative sci-fi. I would recomend to anyone.

  11. Mary J Berry says:

    Loved the series, read it in about a week, cant wait to read all of the stories you didn’t tell….

  12. Charlene says:

    First I would like to give you five stars on the Aliomenti Saga Book 1. As a prelude to the saga it’s an exciting and full story that prepares me to leap into the past-future. I want to especially express my appreciation for finishing the saga.

  13. Nigel Davies says:

    I just started on the Aliomenti saga a couple of weeks ago. The Kindle version of the first book, “A Question of Will”, was a free offer on Amazon. I completed it in about 3 or 4 days and immediately downloaded the next book “Preserving Hope”.
    Again, I found this a real page-turner, unputdownable. I’d pick it up at bed-time intending to read a chapter to unwind before going to sleep and would still be there about 5 chapters later in the small hours of the morning.
    Its a new and refreshing storyline. I really liked the way it all kicked off in the first book – until about 3/4 the way through you’re wondering what’s going on, then it all starts to make sense towards the end.
    The concept of an elite sect of people – kind of a cross between Highlander and Jedi – makes for a great concept.
    At the end of book 1 we’re set up for a long plot/story line thats going to run through centuries.
    I’m halfway through book 3 now and still enjoying it.
    I just hope it doesn’t settle into “placeholding” in the middle of the series, padding towards the inevitable end (I have read a few 10 or more book series where you could skip the middle 3 or 4 books and not really miss anything).
    Also, I hope it doesn’t stop when we get back to where it all started. For now (into the 3rd book) we’re learning about the past of the main plot characters. I’d like to learn what happens afterwards, in their futures too.
    For now, I’m really enjoying these books. If the rest are like the first 3 then I’ll certainly be looking out for more stories by the same author.

  14. Debi Richardson says:

    Love your writing, however; since you live in Ohio- are you a Buckeye Fan? (This could be a deal breaker!) Looking forward to every next book you write

    • Alex Albrinck says:

      Depends on what you mean by fan. :) I do not own any scarlet and grey jerseys, nor do I use the phrase “The Team Up North,” but I admit that I was pretty happy with the result of the first College Football Playoff.

      Are we still friends????

  15. Debbie Clark says:

    Hi Alex. I’ve been a fan of sci-fi/fantasy for years. Your first Alomenti book was thoroughly well written and enjoyable.I look forward to reading more.

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