Sherri and the Comet

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There's a crisis in the Cosmos. The threat of an all-out intergalactic war hangs over the stratospheres like a brooding, dark cloud. Zagron, the warlike, dangerous tyrant king, has enslaved his people and has been engaging in acts of space piracy. All the pilots of the Cosmic Fleet are searching for the newly created Grand Wizard of the Cosmos, leaving no planet, star or asteroid unturned in their quest to find the one being who can rescue all Cosmic beings from this dire ...
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Overview

There's a crisis in the Cosmos. The threat of an all-out intergalactic war hangs over the stratospheres like a brooding, dark cloud. Zagron, the warlike, dangerous tyrant king, has enslaved his people and has been engaging in acts of space piracy. All the pilots of the Cosmic Fleet are searching for the newly created Grand Wizard of the Cosmos, leaving no planet, star or asteroid unturned in their quest to find the one being who can rescue all Cosmic beings from this dire situation. So far they've all drawn a blank.

But Specteron, the lowliest pilot, a robohumanoid, half-man, half-robot, has other ideas. Given one last chance to prove himself to the powers that be, he pilots a vulnerable old spacecraft, The Comet, to Planet Earth, where his powers of intuition and insight lead him to London and a nine-year-old girl named Sherri. Sherri uses her recently purchased telescope to view a comet in the night sky, which appears only once every seventy years, but she gets more than she bargained for-Specteron! Sherri and her friends, Leroy and Anna, who will assist the Grand Wizard, take off on the Grand Wizard's mission...to defeat Zagron and make the Cosmos a much safer place.

Scott Graham resides in Chichester, West Sussex, UK, which is often described as the finest small city in England. A retired teacher of 23 years, Scott hopes to become a full-time commercial writer.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608602971
  • Publisher: Strategic Book Group, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/23/2010
  • Pages: 628
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.27 (d)

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