Overview

The adventure of Starship Colonial continues in this second book of ‘The Storyteller’ series. The Colonials explore new worlds searching for a new Earth, influencing and benefiting from every civilization that they encounter. Some remain behind to inhabit them, making for a wider, modern-style colonization.
The most visible trace of the book is the interaction with very powerful beings, those who decide the fate of the Universe.
A stronger plot...

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Starship Colonial

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Overview

The adventure of Starship Colonial continues in this second book of ‘The Storyteller’ series. The Colonials explore new worlds searching for a new Earth, influencing and benefiting from every civilization that they encounter. Some remain behind to inhabit them, making for a wider, modern-style colonization.
The most visible trace of the book is the interaction with very powerful beings, those who decide the fate of the Universe.
A stronger plot of the story relates to people’s behavior, being aliens or not, the specific way in which they react in various circumstances, always learning from their experience.
The Captain, Cathleen, takes her share of the action; she fails and succeeds throughout her adventures the way normal people do, and she learns to tame her emotions and instincts, to become more pragmatic, to cope with tougher, more demanding situations. She applies everything to her life, both on Starship Colonial and on Earth, and her achievements exceed her wildest expectations. However, her achievements are irrelevant if she does not fulfill the mission assigned to her by the people of Earth. Is her determination strong enough to fulfill it now, when she has everything she ever wanted?
Jack remains an interesting, puzzling character throughout the book, influencing unknowingly the life of many, accomplishing everything with the innocence of a child.
More characters emerge and develop from among the crew, the colonists, and from every world that they encounter.
Throughout the book, and throughout this whole series, there is a hidden, consistent trace of liberation from ignorant stereotypes, cold prejudices, predetermined norms, and irrelevant ideals. As opposed to real life where the great majority of people live life the way it is taught, some of my characters succeed in opening their eyes, grasping this way and understanding a wider truth. However, sometimes, binding defeats freedom, and my characters have to accept it helplessly, which makes for the credible, real, complex plot of the book. Enjoy!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045183758
  • Publisher: Valentin Matcas
  • Publication date: 7/23/2013
  • Series: Storyteller , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 333 KB

Meet the Author

Valentin Matcas, M.Ed. is an Author, a Physicist, a Mathematician, and an Educator, currently engaged in research and writing nonfiction and fiction books.
A graduate of major Universities from United States and Canada, Valentin Matcas taught Physics to university students while majoring in both Physics and Mathematics, and working on research projects creating mathematical models in Physics and Mathematics.
Valentin Matcas taught Mathematics and English to university students from Europe, and later on, he taught Science and Mathematics to students from various provinces of Canada, always interested in learning from the diverse cultures he encountered, always eager to spread his knowledge. Valentin Matcas created mathematical models in Psychology, Biology, Physics, and Sociology, with his most interesting results being: human modes of life, deductive model of the Universe, detailed human needs, models of other realities, modes of civilizations, human lifestyles, models for the conscious, subconscious and unconscious mind, models of social classes, human status, natural laws of the Universe, etc.
As a Nonfiction writer, Valentin Matcas continues his research throughout his multitude of books, creating a comprehensive model for the human condition, the human experience, and the human existence, from all perspectives: behavioral, cognitive, biological, social, religious, developmental, existential, cosmological, parapsychological, and metaphysical. Valentin Matcas invites his readers to learn from his books while reasoning continuously towards understanding themselves and the world that they inhabit, create, and experience, on all levels of existence. Valentin Matcas takes his writings further, to capture the essence of Life Herself in all spheres of existence, lower and higher, unveiling a wider, extraordinary living presence within our wider, comprehensive world. Valentin Matcas wrote: ‘The Human Needs,’ ‘The Human Body,’ ‘The Human Society,’ ‘The Human Reality,’ ‘The Other Realities,’ ‘The Human Mind,’ ‘Life,’ ‘My Higher Self,’ ‘Modes of Life,’ ‘The Human Lifestyles,’ ‘The Human Development,’ ‘Civilizations,’ ‘Timelines,’ ‘Religions,’ ‘The Human Status,’ and ‘Natural Laws of the Universe.’
As an enthusiast of Science Fiction, Valentin Matcas writes about terrestrial and alien civilizations, about life in the Universe, the way it develops and intertwines across galaxies, about powerful beings, the way they control and reshape the Universe as they please, and about normal human beings from Earth, caught in this beautiful, interesting, wider existence. Valentin Matcas creates a living, warmer, credible Universe in his books, teaming with life and vibrancy on all levels of existence. Valentin Matcas wrote ‘The Storyteller’ book series including ‘The Storyteller’ and ‘Starship Colonial.’ He currently works on new book series called ‘Unlimited,’ ‘The Culling,’ and ‘Manimals.’
When he is not writing, Valentin Matcas enjoys studying, playing the keyboard, hiking the beautiful trails of Canada, swimming, skiing, snowboarding, riding his race bike, reading good books, cooking, listening to good classical music, meditating, and playing good strategy video games. Enjoy all his books!

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