Tillian 5: A New Beginning [NOOK Book]

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This epic is in three volumes of which this is the first. It is a story of love and adventure as told by the Captain of The Tillian Star. This starship was specifically designed to go to Tillian 5, a planet 60 light years away from Earth. Tillian Star was controlled by a computer called Maggie who became a key player in the survival of this small group of colonists on this very odd alien planet.

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Tillian 5: A New Beginning

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Overview

This epic is in three volumes of which this is the first. It is a story of love and adventure as told by the Captain of The Tillian Star. This starship was specifically designed to go to Tillian 5, a planet 60 light years away from Earth. Tillian Star was controlled by a computer called Maggie who became a key player in the survival of this small group of colonists on this very odd alien planet.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011131486
  • Publisher: Kalifer Deil
  • Publication date: 11/13/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 786 KB

Meet the Author

Kalifer Deil is the pen name of Gary Feierbach a Silicon Valley computer software and hardware engineer. His technical publications are under Gary Feierbach. All others are under Kalifer Deil. He has a BA in Physics and Mathematics and an MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.He has worked on computer architecture, design, engineering management, and systems and application software for NASA, Intergraph, Sun and Apple.He has only recently devoted most of his time to writing. Most of his works would be classified as hard science fiction. Hopefully it is in the spirit of Issac Asimov but generally a bit more gritty and less inhibited. Please visit his website kaliferdeil.com for some free stories, poems and other oddities or go to speculativescience.com for more information
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