Fyodor Braava's 2332 A.D. adaptation of the book 'Phobos' is widely considered to be the worst production ever made. Plagued at its start with bad decisions regarding crew and cast, the besieged director made the fateful decision to conduct principal recording on location in the hinterlands of Mars. This book chronicles Braava's 2332 production from it's early inception and through the infamous recording sessions and beyond.
Guy Moon is a pirate given a second chance. He is exiled to a paradise colony world sixteen light-years away with ten million other souls. While they slept, time moved on. The machines meant to serve them are now in charge. While the machines seem bengin, they pressure the new arrivals by stages to join a bizarre hive mind. As old friends slip away, Guy discovers allies to overthrow their machine masters and reclaim their world.
Located on the western coast of Africa, the nation of Mauritania has a deep history stretching back as far as the pharaohs of Egypt. Yet, something new is happening in the Saharan nation. Something extraordinary.
Cradle of the Sun
GoodReads Space Opera Fans Book of the Month - October 2019
Robbie is a prospector, a spy, and a veteran explorer of the deep. When a businessman hires him to search for a lost relative beyond the edge of the solar system, Robbie and his crew embark on a voyage beyond their expectations.
Elise is one of the first generation of settlers on humankind's first interstellar colony on Gliese 832(c). Forced evolution has put her society in a place where digital and physical realities are nearly indistinct. Yet, after encountering refugees from another settlement, Elise finds herself questioning the comfort she has known. She sets out on an adventure entangling her with both one of the youngest people in the new world and an old enemy.
A much hyped television program encourages the world to select volunteers by popular vote to colonize an alien world. A breakneck paced space program will choose a final destination midflight. A miscalculation forces the ship's only conscious crew member to take drastic action to avoid disaster, placing the care for the one thousand human lives in the hands of a machine intelligence not meant for the job. Too far from home for radio contact, with no one to help, and facing a primitive alien world, the machine must evolve itself and build a civilization.