Home Sweet Home Invasion

Home Sweet Home Invasion

by Liam Gibbs

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Overview

Two soldiers, one mindless robot, zero weapons...130 decibels.

Soldiers Power Plant and Franchise aren't the first choices for a stealth mission. Brash and mischievous, at least they've got heart. But stealth becomes desperate survival when they crash-land on enemy ground.

With a hunting party dogging them, their every move is a frenzied act to keep one step ahead.

But that's impossible when your robotic pilot speaks in car alarms.

Can Power Plant and Franchise outwit the enemy long enough for rescue...when rescue is half a galaxy away? Did Power Plant even remember to brush his teeth this morning?

It's a race against death...with a robot that has no indoor voice!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511494632
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/26/2015
Series: In a Galaxy Far, Far AwRy , #2
Pages: 212
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Liam Gibbs knew he was destined to write at age four, when he authored a breathtaking account of a cow who ate grass. The bovine saga failed to catch the public's eye but earned the budding author parental acclaim. Since those early times, he's gone on to write the novella Not So Superpowered and humorous articles for various magazines.


A twenty-year veteran of the brutal world of hand-to-hand comic book fandom, Gibbs cut his teenage teeth on titles such as Spider-Man, X-Men, New Warriors, and other Marvel comics.


Gibbs graduated college with a degree in professional writing, which included classes on fiction writing and story structure. He lives on the balmy shores of Ottawa, Canada, where he relaxes by watching staggeringly awful horror and science fiction movies. A health and fitness nut, he shoots lasers from his eyes, uses the word exclusive incorrectly, and once wrestled an exclusive brontosaurus. True story.

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