Beneath a Blue Sun

Beneath a Blue Sun

by Brett P. S.

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Beneath a Blue Sun by Brett P. S.

Joel Korhonen, scavenging survivor of the wrecked remains of the only home he'd known for years, an interstellar vessel once adrift in starlight. Amidst the debris on an alien world, he caught wind of a lingering hope, the fading energy of the former Ergo's signal beacon.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152966183
Publisher: Brett P. S.
Publication date: 04/09/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 133,013
File size: 154 KB

About the Author

Brett Sawyer (1986), born in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, is an indie author who writes short stories & novellas, from science fiction to superheroes. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in education and currently teaches game design at Lake Land College. Short Change arrived at retailers in November of 2014, the start of a superhero series where ordinary people gained powers over oddly specific domains, following the story of a shorter than average hero who can telekinetically manipulate small units of currency. Short Change is free on “smashwords.com/profile/view/BrettPS” and Barnes & Noble along with other samples and short fiction. Brett’s popular releases in science fiction include “Dark Station” and “Tales from the Colony: An Interstellar Saga.” Dark Station is a deep space thriller set aboard an abandoned orbital science station where Ben Gebbley and his crew secretly investigate the disappearance of the original staff before others come to claim the lost assets. For updates on Brett’s projects, follow his blog at “brettps.co” or follow him on twitter, at “twitter.com/BrettPsWrites”

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Beneath a Blue Sun 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
20 pages of the beginnings of a story, just enough to whet your appetite. Engages the imagination, so you can picture the alien planet the main character finds himself stranded on,but really not enough of a sample to give a review. I'll give it 3 stars though because it certainly isn't outright terrible and I am ever the optimist when it comes to books.