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Colony: Terran Chronicles Universe (Volume 3) Paperback – June 22, 2015
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I was born in western Sydney, Australia, in 1965 to my Australian mother and English father. When I was ten years old the family moved to Rotherham, England. We lived there for almost two years, and then returned to Australia. This time we moved to Burnie, Tasmania. At fifteen we all moved again, this time to Sydney. I got married to a wonderful woman, and we had two great children. But in 2001 I was feeling as though something was missing. I divorced, and left the placed I called home. I then moved to Michigan, USA, where a little over a year later I re-married. Over the years I had written many short stories and snippets, but during all this time I was unable to tap into that special place needed to write a full size novel. That all changed in 2010 when I decided to revive an old dream and re-start writing, thus the Terran Chronicles saga was born. The website www.terranchronicles.com has a more detailed biography. I hope you enjoy my work, as much as I do writing it. Take it easy James
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> > > An alien ship crash lands in the Australian Outback and a transfer of alien technology takes place among four countries, who then vie to re-engineer the anti-gravity and advanced propulsion technology in the hope of constructing an interstellar spacecraft. There is a disaster of epic proportions in the Nevada desert that devastates much of the United States. The discovery of habitable alien worlds engenders a space race between those who process the alien technology. Then it's off to the races to try and .........I guess you'll have to buy the book to find out more. It's a good read, if you're a lover of well developed SciFi, heck even if you're not, give Colony a read