Insurmountable Odds: Book One of When Stars Fall

Insurmountable Odds: Book One of When Stars Fall

by Martin A Saunders


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When the highly advanced Sulranian Empire encounters an implacable foe, whose numbers defy all odds and destroy worlds without pause, Nelsen Rybek finds himself an unwitting companion to Andreya, a woman with no idea who she is.

One thing is clear - there is more going on than even the mighty Imperium itself is aware of. As systems begin to fall beneath the onslaught, the Empire must come to terms with the fact that the war is lost before it has even begun. Only Andreya may be able to help, the only problem is she doesn't know how...

Insurmountable Odds is part one of the trilogy, When Stars Fall - an epic saga set in the Dominium computer game universe - and is the culmination of a 20,000 year long backstory that will change the nature and shape of the Dominium Globular Cluster forever.

They have no idea what's coming...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780993406713
Publisher: Mak Studios Limited
Publication date: 09/19/2015
Pages: 608
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.35(d)

About the Author

Born in 1972, Martin grew up in the first era of Personal Computing, when storage media was largely spools of magnetic tape, and has been addicted since the Sinclair ZX81. The seminal Star Wars Trilogy (IV, V & VI) figured highly in drawing him into the realm of science fiction, something he has been as passionate about ever since. He often cites that 'games are in my blood', if so, then the plasma that carries the games is made from science-fiction.

Exceedingly happily married, with two step-children, numerous step-grand-children, and three pseudo-children (dogs), Martin is content to let others populate the Earth with future generations, whilst he selfishly concentrates on his love of creating games and writing books, which - he hopes - will entertain some of the growing population of Earth, for a while at least, and earn a few shekles if he's lucky. He enjoys thinking about hiking, mountain climbing, flying aircraft, and doing lots of exciting things that require money to risk death.

To sum up Martin's outlook on Life, the Universe and Everything - he strongly believes the answer may well indeed be 42, though possibly with a large degree of error.

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