Watery Deep [Colonial Scouts Adventures Bk 3] [NOOK Book]

Overview

When Natica quits the Colonial Scouts, Impani follows her to her water-world home and learns that Natica's twin brother is missing. Their investigation becomes an adventure fraught with sea serpents and pirates as they search the floating city.
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Watery Deep [Colonial Scouts Adventures Bk 3]

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Overview

When Natica quits the Colonial Scouts, Impani follows her to her water-world home and learns that Natica's twin brother is missing. Their investigation becomes an adventure fraught with sea serpents and pirates as they search the floating city.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780744316353
  • Publisher: SynergEbooks
  • Publication date: 3/28/2009
  • Series: Colonial Scouts Adventures , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 426 KB

Meet the Author

Roxanne Smolen was born in Detroit, the eldest daughter of five children. She learned to read at an early age and read voraciously, be it classic novels, comic books, or cereal boxes. As a child, her summers were spent on her aunt’s farm, a devout woman who encouraged her to read the Bible. Smolen became obsessed with Revelation and the apocalypse. She turned to science in an attempt to explain the phenomenon. Along the way, she discovered science fiction. She was drawn to stories about the end of the world but soon branched off to outer space and a limitless future. She decided to become an astronaut.

But reality intervened. She married right out of high school and started a family. When her children were school-aged, she enrolled in Wayne State University, intent on becoming a scientist. However, she took a course in creative writing, and it became her passion. She decided if she couldn’t visit the stars in person, she would do it page by page.

Yet again, life took another turn. Smolen was diagnosed with a genetic eye disease and lost her vision. Her husband gave her one year to mope and feel sorry for herself. Then he sent her to a local Lighthouse of the Blind to learn how to use a computer without looking. She has since written eight novels in the science fiction realm, ranging from sci-fi romance to horror. Her underlying themes are always the same…believe in yourself and never give up.
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