This novel is a great addition to any sci-fi library.
Earth’s ancient past is coming home to roost.
"THE RELATIVITY BOMB is fast space adventure, done slick and done right." - Ed Greenwood
"I love when answers lead to new questions. It makes me want to read more." - Michael Martineck
“Where is Akiko?” he demanded.
The Doc’s eyes widened. “Akiko? You mean the rat you brought with you to the station? I don’t know, but I’m sure she’s safe.”
In a single rapid movement, his large hand wrapped tightly around the Doc’s wrist, pulling an exclamation of surprise from her lips. His good eye bored into her face as he dragged her halfway across the table toward him. “You have to find her,” he said in a harsh, whispery voice. “She is more valuable than you can imagine.”
The Relativity Bomb
Join EIS agent Drew Townsend and the maverick geniuses of Daisy Hub as they deal with ancient secrets, a mysterious one-eyed alien, and a misbehaving field generator.
First, a document written in an alien language surfaces at an archaeological site on Earth.
Then, a Stragori defector approaches Novak, offering another old document in exchange for sanctuary. This one was stolen from the alien’s home world. Once decoded, the document’s contents are mind-blowing.
Finally, an old enemy switches sides, bringing with him information that fills in the gaps and, if true, could rewrite the very definition of Humanity.
Earth isn’t yet ready to learn these truths. Making them public would cause worldwide xenophobia. So, Novak does the only thing he can think of. He sends them as far away as he can—to Daisy Hub.
In this eagerly awaited sequel to The Genius Asylum, long buried secrets arrive aboard the space station, carried by a mysterious one-eyed man who calls himself Max Karlov and claims to have been assigned there. But there are things happening on Daisy Hub that need to be kept “in the family”, and too many unanswered questions about this new crew member. Determined to unravel Karlov’s story, Townsend and his crew of maverick geniuses start digging for the truth. What they discover will shake them to their core.
About the Author:
Born and raised in Toronto, Arlene F. Marks began writing stories at the age of 6 and can't seem to stop. Although she's been published in multiple genres, her first love has always been speculative fiction. Her work has appeared in H.P. Lovecraft’s Magazine of Horror, Onder Magazine, and Daily Science Fiction. Her science fantasy novel, The Accidental God, was nominated for the 2015 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. Arlene lives with her husband on Nottawasaga Bay but spends an inordinate amount of time in the Sic Transit Terra universe.
"I am continuously impressed with the author’s ability to create a complex and morally ambiguous universe in an entertaining manner, laced with tension and humour." - Ken H
"To say that once begun this book is hard to put down, is an understatement." - Karleen Bradford
"...this book totally exceeded my expectations, as it is not the formulaic type of sci fi I've read in the past. Actually, The Relativity Bomb reads like a mix between a mystery novel and a thriller." - Bklvr
The Relativity Bomb is the third installment of a must-read Sci-fi adventure series!