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The Earth Did Not Begin by Frank Gunner

The Earth Did Not Begin by Frank Gunner

$19.99 (royal bk)
$4.99 (ebook)


Author: Frank Gunner
Genre: Science Fiction, Futuristic
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781326381981
Pages: 199

From newcomer sci-fi author Frank Gunner, THE EARTH DID NOT BEGIN is the precedent novel to an action series of adventures that will no doubt follow Theodore Rennug, Trebla and the twin daughters from planet to planet across endless galaxies.

“You’re about to head off into space in a way unlike any you have ever experienced before. Honing the nuclear power of the sun into a corridor ray that lasers on as far as the human mind can imagine, you are about to be propelled into the depths of space at a frictionless speed, that will take you to the doorstep of any world in any galaxy. There is no distance that is too far! The  gravitational pull of distant mega planets pulls in their crafts through the Cosmic Corridor Tunnel tractor-beaming mankind in to worlds never before contemplated — until humans suddenly get to learn of their mysterious origins and discover that long before there was a beginning to time it seems that the Earth did in fact NEVER BEGIN.

This is a fast paced first adventure of Theodore Rennug, Trebla and the twins, as they harness the radiant energy of the sun and catapult themselves into the furthest reaches of scientifically-accurate space.

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