An invaluable guidebook to anyone of fans of the Galactic Echo concept, looking at all aspects of life in the far future. Includes details of the projects that made Mars and the Moon habitable, life on a spacestation, sports, including Formula X spaceship racing, a detailed look at the spaceship industry, typical jobs of the time, household pets, the full human brain transplant, biographies of important people, the list goes on...
Includes many adverts of companies operating at the time throughout the book which adds colour to the whole book.
It is absolutely crammed with everything you could probably want to know about what life might be like as we approach the 24th century!
In brief, this book is a guidebook to the stories published from the Galactic Echo, giving you a basic background to the ideas in them, all based on the theme of the potential existence we may have in the 24th century.
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About the Author
Well hello everyone. I am the creator of the Galactic Echo, which is the general fiction concept on which everything I write about is based. It is an idea of life in the 24th century, based on things that might really happen rather than stories about aliens and the usual sci-fi fare. On a more personal note, I have lived in the North East of England all my life, I have a wide range of interests. The main one of which is cycle racing in which I regularly compete up to National Championship level, so in case you are wondering yes I have raced against such illustrious competition including Sean Yates, Bradley Wiggins and Alex Dowsett. I also enjoy photography but find with my writing I have a sense of expressing myself in a way that is impossible to do with any other means, and hope that my love of the written artform comes out in the various stories you will see produced. I have created a website which has lots of things to do with the Galactic Echo, including loads of freebies connected to the stories, www.galactic-echo.com. I hope to make the Galactic Echo a sort of niche sci fi concept, rather than just have stories churned out every now and then. Feel free to contact me via the website or Facebook/Twitter, would love to hear from you if you have any queries about the Galactic Echo!