Date Published: May 3rd, 2019
Publisher: Chandra Press
If you like the epic world building of Frank Herbert with the amazing adventure of Neal Asher, you will love Sworld: The Chronicles of Malick.
Malick, the genetically modified captain of The Pioneer, and his crew are on a scientific expedition to the far reaches of the solar system when they received a highly unusual distress call. What’s more alarming is that no other ship has ever been out this far. Compelled to investigate, Malick and his team discover an alien vessel with a mysterious cargo that ultimately leaves them hopelessly marooned on the unexplored planet Sworld.
Resigned to their new lives, they begin a journey of discovery into a rich and vibrant world with new life forms and intelligent species, but also dark mysteries and perilous danger. An ancient race has turned to violence and aggression and will stop at nothing until they achieve total domination. Plunged into a quest for answers and an end to the bloodshed, Malick and the crew must solve the enigmas of Sworld or perish.
Sworld: The Chronicles of Malick is a thrilling science fiction adventure with excellent character development, planet-spanning exploration, epic discovery, and perilous danger.
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This is a must read for any sci-fi fan out there. If you enjoy science fiction in all its glory, this is the novel for you. – Anthony Avila, blogger and author of Nightmare Academy
The main thing that sticks out to me with this book is that it really is in a league of its own as far as content. The author brings something so fresh and exciting to the Sci-Fi world. I love the fact that the author uses so many descriptive words to help the reader feel like they are right along with Malick.
Malick's journey and growth from start to finish was my absolute favorite thing about this book.
The ending will leave you completely speechless and begging for more.
About the Author
The author spent his childhood in Colorado skiing and riding dirt bikes. After spending way too much time in college, he took his engineering degree to the deserts of southern California. After retiring to the mountains of northwest to play golf, his wife dared him to write a book. The rest, as they say, is history.
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