Edward Antrobus loves reading. So much so that he won an award in middle school for it and the local library gave him a college scholarship. He discovered science fiction in high school with DUNE and Dragonriders of Pern. When he read The Martian Chronicles for English class, he decided, with the the typical arrogance of adolescence, that he could do better. That started a 20 year journey to write Once Upon a Saturn Moon, which was finally released in March 2016.
When Edward isn't writing, he is busy making people late to work in his day job of road construction, spending time with his son and 3/4 of a cat, and desperately tries to come up with a better bio.
Ficción, science-fiction, Space Opera
Descripción del libro
What would you do if you discovered an ancient starship buried in the foot of the Colorado Rockies?
For Jim Bromley, the day started out like any other. Trying to scrounge up work and keep his crew from fighting each other seemed like all there was to life. But when they dig up a thousand-year-old starship, his life turns upside down.
But interplanetary space ships don't come with instruction manuals. Even if they survive their first flight, it will bring the attention of enemies both old and new. Can Jim keep his crew together and humanity from becoming enslaved by a superior alien force?
Resolve is the first book of the Lost Fagare Ship series, a fast-paced military space opera
Público al que se apunta
Young men who read space opera
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Kindle de Amazon
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I like bold colors and blocking fonts. Was hoping for something that either depicted or invoked a intergalactic space ship lifting off from Earth
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