The Alien Sphere

The Alien Sphere

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by V Bertolaccini
     
 

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A science fiction classic with two novelettes about the discoveries of alien artifacts and explorers being taken beyond the boundaries of space and time!
At the end of the twenty-first century scientists with the United Nations Space Agency, operating expeditions on Mars, stumble on a mysterious metallic sphere with a pulsating vibration.
A flickering laser

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A science fiction classic with two novelettes about the discoveries of alien artifacts and explorers being taken beyond the boundaries of space and time!
At the end of the twenty-first century scientists with the United Nations Space Agency, operating expeditions on Mars, stumble on a mysterious metallic sphere with a pulsating vibration.
A flickering laser that they fire at the sphere triggers it to unlock and reveal its forces by the manipulation of gravitational forces are suspending a black hole.
At a United Nations Space Agency laboratory scientists carry out experiments on the black hole.
Within the opened alien sphere the black hole magically suspends gleams of light motionlessly in mid-air.
At the exhibition of it an accident occurs and scientists fall into it and travel out beyond the realms of the universe.
In the second story, Beyond Space and Time, explorers are imprisoned aboard a small alien artifact voyager archaeologists discovered concealed below a cave over a sea cliff.
In the depths of the universe they encounter weird life forms and entities, including one with the dimensions of a small galaxy floating in a deep void.
It travels endlessly on to a gateway at the center of space where it voyages beyond space and time to where it came from.
The small voyager takes the explorers through new mind-bending universes, universe after universe, as it accelerates beyond anything experienced before with them endeavoring to flee with no knowledge of where it is going or if they will survive.
Their only way to survive and escape its confines is the use of a matter transferor created by an entity/transcendent, which enters them into different universes and puts them on mind-bending destinations.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011521423
Publisher:
CosmicBlueCB
Publication date:
09/15/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
160,352
File size:
229 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

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A 21st century publisher/author, futurist, who received multiple independent reviews of his work, famous for his unique classic mind-bending beyond space and time, alien artifact, and exploration themed science fiction, who did his first mind-boggling science fiction classic From Beyond Space and Time in 1998, who likes and writes 21st century potential blockbusters, headline action thrillers, high quality action-packed movie-style science fiction horror.

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The Alien Sphere 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
J_FranklinJF More than 1 year ago
A new 21st century sci-fi adventure classic, with two novelettes about the discoveries of alien artifacts, and explorers being accidentally taken beyond the boundaries of space and time, with them being marooned and racing to escape. At the end of the 21st century, scientists, with the United Nations Space Agency, operating expeditions on Mars, stumble on a mysterious metallic sphere, with a pulsating vibration. At first they assume that it is the remains of a probe, but, when they analyze its surface, they find it is older than any of them thought possible, and they take it back to the Earth. A flickering laser, which they fire at the sphere, triggers it to unlock and reveal its forces, by the manipulation of gravitational forces, are suspending a black hole. At a United Nations Space Agency laboratory scientists carry out experiments on the black hole. Within the opened alien sphere, the black hole magically suspends gleams of light, motionlessly in mid-air. A clock held at the end of a cable, of translucent material, has its precision digital numbers frozen in fuzzy multidimensional forms (in a suspended cluster of partially transparent layers), as it is edged into the miniature black hole, creating spectacular optical effects, making it distort in twisted forms. At the exhibition of it, an accident occurs, and scientists fall into it, and travel out beyond the realms of the universe. In the 2nd story, Beyond Space and Time, explorers are imprisoned aboard a small alien artifact voyager, archaeologists discovered, concealed below a cave, over a sea cliff. In the depths of the universe they encounter weird life forms and entities, including one with the dimensions of a small galaxy - floating in a deep void - formed from masses of energy, left behind from the big bang. It travels endlessly on, to a gateway, at the center of space - where it voyages beyond space and time - to where it came from. The small voyager takes the explorers through new mind-bending universes, universe after universe, as it accelerates beyond anything experienced before, with them endeavoring to flee, with no knowledge of where it is going or if they will survive. Their only way to survive and escape its confines is the use of a matter transferor, created by an entity/transcendent, which has a peculiar and deplorable ability to enter them into universes and put them on mind-bending destinations.
biancabanez More than 1 year ago
This is a great sci-fi adventure thriller that is full of mystery and suspense that will make you read it to the very end. At points it seems as though they may not survive, but they handle what occurs as it occurs - and there are some of the most motivating events.
SF2011 More than 1 year ago
Another great book that develops fast, out of an immediate start - and is full of suspense and mystery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is perfect entertainment. I will read this science fiction book over and over again. It is a must read for anyone remotely interested in science fiction adventure.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mind-bending sci-fi! With everything is luminously represented, and has strong aspects of mind-bending explorations of the cosmos.
Hebe_Rejevick More than 1 year ago
I love good sci fi story but when the writing is this bad it's not worth it. How bad is it? Here's the first line: Dexter staggered as he observed the pulsating alien sphere, as he entered the laboratory of the UN Space Agency, where leading scientists were carrying out a series of basic experiments on it. Really. It's that bad. Oh, but it must get better you say? Here's what follows, still on the first page, mind you: They had not been able to determine its origins, so they had brought it back to the Earth, to allow leading scientists to investigate it. He shuddered as he studied its cleaned surface and perfect sphere shape, with no blemishes or openings. The abnormal antics of the laboratory scientists captivated him – mystifying him with the depth of their nervousness, and fear of something! They repetitively studied the controls of an immense laboratory laser, with alarm – preparing themselves! Well, that's it, folks. If you think that's good writing, then you will no doubt love the book. Good reading!