Beyond the Galactic Core [NOOK Book]

Overview

This action adventure is set during an interstellar war. A secret agent discovers a war inside the war. This sets off a race to acquire alien technology.

The interstellar war between mankind and the Qwelleron Empire had entered its tenth year. It was only a matter of time before the monster's full would be brought to bare and complete the conquest. Then the existence of a new alien race is discovered. The rumors were of possibly extinct ...

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Beyond the Galactic Core

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Overview

This action adventure is set during an interstellar war. A secret agent discovers a war inside the war. This sets off a race to acquire alien technology.

The interstellar war between mankind and the Qwelleron Empire had entered its tenth year. It was only a matter of time before the monster's full would be brought to bare and complete the conquest. Then the existence of a new alien race is discovered. The rumors were of possibly extinct creatures who possessed super technology. It was a shadow race in the image of gods.

Believing it was their only hope for survival, a starship sets out to find the homeworld of these mysterious beings. Their only clue is a story about a girl who, ten years earlier had found one of their artifacts. With it she had defeated entire battle fleets. If they could find her they might be able to save the human race.

This book is a sequel to "In the Image of Gods" (ITIOG) and set during "The Puppy of Doom and Other Stories".

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044305151
  • Publisher: John Stilwell
  • Publication date: 2/5/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 723 KB

Meet the Author

John Stilwell was born and raised in the midwest. From 1982 through 1985 he was regularly published in several popular computer magazines such as Compute!, Compute! Gazette, Powerplay and RUN. He has two drgrees in Electrical Engineering and practicing his trade on the East coast. Today, he is an Engineer by day and an author and artist by night.

He has traveled extensively overseas with his hobbies being various and regularly changing. They have ranged from studying massage to bungie jumping. In the 1990's he learned to draw and produced a respectable quantity, selling an occasional piece. He entered one of his charcoals in an art show and was voted people's choice.

In the late 2000's his daughter talked him into doing science projects together and creating youtube videos of them. Some include a leaf blower powered one-man hovercraft, a solar powered hot air balloon cam and various magnetic levitation curiosities.

In 2010, he re-entered the world of writing, with several books ans short stories.

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