Now, this highly trained crew faces the ultimate medical mystery. On Chirwl's home world, humans and ottles alike are aging at an alarming rate. And if Dr. Taylor doesn't find a fast cure, the entire colony will die ... of old age.
About the Author
Before breaking away from gainful employment to write full time, Jody worked as a file clerk, book-keeper at a small publishing house, freelance journalist and photographer, accounting assistant and costume maker. For four years, she worked Master Control in a local Chicago television station, WFBN (WGBO), serving the last year as Technical Operations Manager.
Since 1987 she has published over 45 books and more than 120 short stories.
Over the last twenty-some years, Jody has taught in numerous writing workshops and participated on hundreds of panels covering the subjects of writing and publishing at science-fiction conventions. She speaks at schools and libraries. In 2007 she taught fantasy writing at Columbia College Chicago. She also runs the two-day writers workshop at DragonCon.
Jody lives in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, with her husband Bill Fawcett, a writer, game designer, military historian and book packager, and a black cat, Jeremy. Jody and Bill are the fiction reviewers for Galaxy's Edge Magazine. Jody is on the net at www.jodynye.com and mythadventures.net, on Facebook as Jody Lynn Nye, and Twitter @JodyLynnNye.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
At long last - a glance at Chirwl's homeworld - where few aliens (humans) are allowed to visit.We learn a bit about him and his background while continuing the adventure.