"Perax Frontier by Alistair Potter was something very different and unique and that makes a refreshing change, given that so much in this genre is alike. It is a book that will keep any fan of science fiction, and indeed some that may not be, hooked, unable to put it down until the end." 5 STARS - Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
"Perax Frontier is a compelling and welcome world and sports a set of characters that deserves a book 2." 5 STARS - Dinah Roseberry for Readers' Favorite
"Creative and highly entertaining, Perax Frontier by Alistair Potter is a terrific science fiction story that doesn't overwhelm you with technology. The plot is well conceived with plenty of twists and turns and the characters are also fully developed with unique personalities." 5 STARS - Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
"Packed with high action stand offs and an air of mystery, Perax Frontier by Alistair Potter is perfect for any fan of futuristic space or science fiction stories. Potter has created an incredible world that is rich with interesting, engaging characters... " 5 STARS - Melissa Tanaka for Readers' Favorite
"Potter finds the perfect balance between science, murder, family, and humor. Perax Frontier is perfect for science fiction lovers!" 4 STARS - Liz Konkel for Readers' Favorite
From the Author
"Perax Frontier" started as an idea about eight years ago, when I was on a family holiday on Lismore Island off the coast of Scotland. Our hosts 'Davie and Gill' let us set up tent, along with some others, in their garden. During a long walk, I discussed the idea of the Interface with Davie. Because of his interests, he saw it as the gate to Valhalla, but I saw it as just how it is in the novel. Regardless of our differing opinions, it was great to bounce ideas about surviving in a world without electricity. In many ways Lismore and much of the West Coast of Scotland was an example of how societies manage without electricity. Power cuts were not too frequent, but they did happen often enough for folks to be 'ready' to cope. From cooking to lighting, entertainment to transport, and the sense of community that existed on the island, it was a loose 'blueprint' of how a community gets by in these circumstances.