Tag: space

Fractured Carapace

Fractured Carapace

| February 24, 2019

A standalone novel from the Wanderer Universe. Chiton vanished. It was there, and then it wasn’t. How does an entire star system vanish? The Chitchi were forced to start again. 300 years ago, the brilliant Krasna established her research c’hub on the unclaimed water-world of Prebis. Chiotechnology may have its flaws, but finally, her ferinon […]

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The Unknown Hero

The Unknown Hero

| January 24, 2019

The Unknown Hero is Isaac Philips’s enthralling, debut novel about a young rancher who must discover the hero within himself. The Unknown Hero is the first book in a trilogy adventure brimming with clever schemes, vibrant characters, and intricate worlds. “Something had flinched in the darkness. He scanned the scene, his eyes straining to penetrate […]

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Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs

Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs

| January 5, 2019

This is the 3rd book of The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller series. Published on November 2013, it was written and illustrated by David T. Lee at age 9. It is the sequel of “Danny and the Trip to Outer Space” and “Danny and the Portal of the World”. This book contains 19 chapters, 17,000 words […]

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Future Winds

Future Winds

| October 19, 2018

Set in a science fiction setting with elements of twisted horror, Future Winds is a strange yet wondrous tale of species self-preservation and the all-out moral cost of survival. Forced to leave earth, humanity discovers a planet capable of supporting life and hatches an audacious plan that will warp them across the universe to settle […]

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Gil’s World

Gil’s World

| October 15, 2018

After a relentless war ravaged the galaxy for hundreds of millions of years, an insidious enemy was finally subdued by the events of the Great Conflation – although not defeated. With the pre-Conflation empires in ruins and the Ascended Biologicals wiped out, the decimated galactic community struggled to rebuild itself from the ashes, and the […]

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Songs of Space and Time

Songs of Space and Time

| October 5, 2018

*** Please note– “The Bygone Wars” series is the same as “The Tribes of the Hakahei”. It has been rearranged and repackaged. If you have already read The Tribes of the Hakahei, don’t buy this book. (Well, you can if you like, just don’t say you weren’t warned)*** After years in the army, then more […]

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Destination Mars, Settlement on Earth’s Twin

Destination Mars, Settlement on Earth’s Twin

| October 3, 2018

An Adventure to Mars! “Mission Miracle” carried fourteen people aboard. Time was running out quickly for planet Earth, and the people sent to find a new world were of the highest caliber across all fields. They all knew that it was a highly risky assignment and that none of them might return but, at the […]

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The Girl Who Stole A Planet

The Girl Who Stole A Planet

| June 12, 2018

Amy Armstrong is having a perfectly normal life as a perfectly normal fourteen-year-old thief and proprietor of stolen goods in 1995 California, until a talking cat interrupts her latest break-in and transports her a thousand years into the future to a burglary operation that crosses space and time. She explores the inside of an asteroid […]

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Searching the Void

Searching the Void

| June 5, 2018

Now a passenger on the Wanderer ship, Gil struggles to comprehend its galaxy-spanning quest and her place amongst the stars. She is helped by 998, the c-autom appointed by the craft-lect as her guardian, while it also deals with its own burgeoning duties as quasi-leader of its kind. The ship’s other recent passenger, One-oh, an […]

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Saucerers and Gondoliers

Saucerers and Gondoliers

| April 30, 2018

Flying saucers do not land in country parks. They are not piloted by Englishmen. They do not bear nameplates saying “HAWKER SIDDELEY AVIATION.” And they are never, ever filled with smuggled catering packs of Monster Munch. Britain has had a top secret colony in space for decades. Unfortunately, the colony has grown tired of being […]

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