The world won't know what hit it...
Tasked to assess a Level III Civilization deep in space, Sluneg is fast-approaching the respective planet—one known only as Earth. When his vessel experiences a grave malfunction, an unlikely assistant may guide him to safety, but, without a quiet landing, the entire mission will be put in jeopardy. Can Crenosian technology live up to its intergalactic renown?
B.I.U.F.O.'s secret taskforce hasn't missed the object barreling down on them, and, with lack of a better option, recently inducted field agent Pat Vogt is chosen to investigate. Somewhere in the mountains of North Carolina, a seeming aircraft is set for collision, but no one could possibly imagine the repercussions of its cargo.
Aboard, a dark cocoon is pulsing. Now, it's a race against time.
In this pithy prequel to The FreeForm Series, Sci-Fi guru O.J. Bradford starts things off with a bang. Reinventing the novelette en route, Crash will captivate new readers and long-standing fans alike. Seeking a shortcut to serious fun? Your wormhole lies within.
Orrin Jason Bradford's style has been compared to the "early works of Dean Koontz and the late great Michael Crichton." Freeform: Crash is the prequel everyone has been waiting for in the action-packed, sci-fi Freeform series.
About the Author
Orrin Jason Bradford is the pen name W. Bradford Swift uses for his adult fiction to distinguish it from his nonfiction and young adult novels. An avid reader from childhood, he continues to read and study science fiction and fantasy. As a young man, he promised one day to write his own fiction in gratitude to the many authors who kept him entertained and more or less sane over the years.
Swift is best known for his visionary fiction and nonfiction that “entertain while also enlightening and encouraging the reader to expand their sense of what is possible, and then applying that expanded awareness to their life.” He is a graduate of Clarion West in Seattle, WA – a residential workshop for writers of science fiction and fantasy. He lives in the “paradise found” of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with his wife, Ann, their daughter, Amber and a menagerie of four-legged family members.
His other speculative fiction includes the six-book mega-series, Saga of the Dandelion Expansion which includes the FreeForm trilogy and the Kindred trilogy, Babble, Fantastic Fables of Foster Flat, and others.