Red Sky, Blue Moon

Red Sky, Blue Moon

by Bruce Golden
     
 
Ancient aliens seed the primordial oceans of Earth with protoplasmic material found on other worlds,
then return millennia later to see what they have wrought. They not only observe the human civilizations they find, they contact some of them, conducting investigative studies. When they leave, they decide to cull large groups of humans and their environs, which

Overview

Ancient aliens seed the primordial oceans of Earth with protoplasmic material found on other worlds,
then return millennia later to see what they have wrought. They not only observe the human civilizations they find, they contact some of them, conducting investigative studies. When they leave, they decide to cull large groups of humans and their environs, which they convey across the galaxy and transplant onto another world to continue their study. Ultimately this great speciation experiment will have unexpected and dire consequences for the experimenters.

Meanwhile, on this new world, a group of Vikings evolve over the centuries into a cutthroat corporate culture of racial purists in an early industrial society. They have designs on the lands of a nearby continent where tribes of Sioux still cling to their old ways. And they may not be the only forced immigrants on this planet.

War ensues, and at the core of the conflict is a native herb which may be the cure for a disease that ravages the corporatocracy, as well as being the secret to longevity.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781484133224
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/16/2013
Pages:
386
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Novelist, journalist, satirist...Bruce Golden's career as a professional writer spans more than three decades. His previous novels include EVERGREEN, BETTER THAN CHOCOLATE, and MORTALS ALL. His short stories have published more than 100 times across 11 countries and 15 anthologies, as well as in the collection DANCING WITH THE VELVET LIZARD. You can read more about Bruce's books at: http://goldentales.tripod.com/

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