From the Depths of Time - Part One

From the Depths of Time - Part One

by Marius A. Smith


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Curious about what the future holds, the crew of the time ship Valentinian travel to the year 2791 and discover that the galaxy has been invaded by the ancient Centaur race whose existence they learned of on the planet Copernicus in a previous timeline. Unable to prevent the invasion with just one ship, they resort to going to the year 2568 to contact Temporal Security to enlist their help. When the Centaurs reach Earth with such an overwhelming force that the outcome seems inevitable, Valentinian's crew set out to investigate the Centaurs' interest in the planet Turilsus, home of the lost Karathi civilisation, and the planet Amazonia, site of an early manned space mission from Earth in 2142. After learning that the Centaurs had begun setting the scene for their invasion of Earth some time before their arrival, William and his crew go back in time to investigate the matter further and search for a way to undermine the invasion before it takes place.

The Centaurs' mastery of temporal physics allows them to invade multiple time zones simultaneously. With the rules of causality being rewritten, nowhere in history is safe from the Centaur menace, as the crew of Valentinian quickly find out.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780648179009
Publisher: Martin Hanbury
Publication date: 10/20/2017
Series: Course of Time , #6
Pages: 358
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Hopeless Future

Chapter 2 - Temporal Security

Chapter 3 - Turilsus

Chapter 4 - Desperate Times

Chapter 5 - Boarded

Chapter 6 - The Other

Chapter 7 - Vorgh

Chapter 8 - Under Duress

Chapter 9 - Milan

Chapter 10 - The Wrong Place at the Wrong Time

Chapter 11 - A Tale of Two Cities

Chapter 12 - The Praesidium Order

Chapter 13 - Under Suspicion

Chapter 14 - The Androids of Paris

Chapter 15 - Making Her Case

Chapter 16 - London HQ

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