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Exodus Of The Phoenix

Exodus Of The Phoenix

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by Robert Stadnik
     
 

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Humanity has been kept bound within the solar system for decades by a hostile alien race known as the Screen. Ships attempting to pass beyond Mars have been destroyed without reason or provocation and communication with this mysterious alien race have failed. Both the military and tri-planetary government have resigned themselves to the notion that humans will never

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Humanity has been kept bound within the solar system for decades by a hostile alien race known as the Screen. Ships attempting to pass beyond Mars have been destroyed without reason or provocation and communication with this mysterious alien race have failed. Both the military and tri-planetary government have resigned themselves to the notion that humans will never explore the stars, but hope springs forth from the most unlikely of places. Humanity's destiny lies with two inexperienced cadets and an unproven experimental starship. Join cadets John Roberts and Julie Olson as they are introduced to the EXODUS Project and offered the chance to free humanity from its oppressors. This is the first novel of the Exodus series.

Editorial Reviews

Michael Saxton
Last week I went to the author's website. On there was the background for this book so I decided to take a look. The back story intrigued me so I immediately ordered it. When I picked it up and started reading, I had trouble putting it down, I was hooked immediately.

This is a very brief summary of the background. I would suggest going to the author's site. I can't post it here, but you can look it up on a search engine. Basically, in the not too distant future, there's political unrest

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011804144
Publisher:
Robert Stadnik
Publication date:
10/02/2010
Series:
Exodus , #1
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
210,849
File size:
192 KB

Meet the Author

Robert Stadnik was born and raised in Southern California but has lived in Phoenix, AZ for the past decade. He has been a contributing writer at helium.com and enjoys extensive traveling in his career within the corporate world. He has an author page on goodreads.com

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