Kepler 62

Kepler 62

by Héctor Martínez Sanz

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Overview

Tras la explosión de los Laboratorios SynByo Ltd., la Tierra se convierte en un lugar hostil para el hombre. Recluidos en módulos herméticamente cerrados, los hombres se lanzan a la investigación y búsqueda de otro mundo habitable al que escapar y en el que la especie humana pueda sobrevivir.
Eleanor Rice será la Oficial Tripulante de la última Plataforma Espacial de Investigación lanzada hacia el sistema Kepler 62 y quién decidirá el futuro y destino de la humanidad.
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After explosion of SynByo Ltd. Laboratories, the Earth becomes hostile place for human being. Inside hermetically sealed modules, men begin research for other habitable worlds to scape and in which the human being can survive.
Eleanor rice will be the Official Navigator of the last Space Research Platfform launched towards Kepler 62 system. She will decide the future and destiny of humanity.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537666648
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/16/2016
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Héctor Martínez Sanz (Madrid, 1979) is a spanish poet, novelist an essay writer.

He has written the novels: "Harass: The God's Job" (2011) "Misión 109" (2013), "El Clan de la Hormiga" (2015), "Ixión" (2015), "Mihai y Veronica" (2016), "Kepler 62" (2016), the tales collection "Humanografía. Relatos desde el lienzo" (2014) and "Cuentos Privados" (2016). As writer of essays he has published "Comentarios a Unamuno" (2006), "Pentágono" (2009), "Baruch Elron" (2012), "La ciencia como modelo de saber" (2012), "Lectura de Tagore" (2015), "Las Sombras de Cervantes: IV Centenario 1616-2016" (2016), "Cartas a Miguel Hernández" (2016) and he was coordinator of "Maestro Elron - Edición X Aniversario" (2016). In poetry he has two titles until now: "Antología Poética" (2014) and "Nocturnal" (2016), but he has collaborated in other collaborative books of poetry like "Conversos. Fragmentos de una antología futura" (2006).

As Editor, Héctor Martínez has recovered in his critical editions different authors: Miguel de Unamuno and his book "Visiones y Comentarios" (Antígona, 2010) with Isacc Juncos; María Teodora Miclea and her poems of "Los ángeles también lloran" (Antígona, 2010); P. Pérez y Rodríguez who wrote "La Torre Gótica o el Espectro de Limberg" (2015); an anthology of gotic tales entitled "Thanatopia y otros relatos" (2016) written by Rubén Darío in order to celebrate his Centenary, with S. Del Hoyo Bascuñana and the artist M.I.E.D.H.O.; Rosalía de Castro and her novels "El Caballero de las Botas Azules" (2016) and "El Primer Loco" (2016). Also, he has translated the work of Eric Stenbock "Historia verdadera de un vampiro" (2015) in a bilingual edition.

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