by Vincent Vale

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In 2969 the Dimensional Gateway is built. Mysterious Obelisks arrive on Earth. Humankind faces oblivion!

Theron Mobius has worked his entire life on a Dimensional Gateway that will propel humankind into a new era of space travel. When it's sabotaged by a mysterious entity, he uncovers a plot against humanity that's been underway for millennia.

Theron is driven against all odds to stop the entity, only to discover he's an integral part of the entity's sinister plan. Together with a small group of travelers, he must journey across galaxies in search of an ancient Guardian of the universe.

If he fails, humankind will face oblivion.


"Truly epic space opera, on a Peter Hamilton type scale, makes 'Mobius' our Book of the Week." --SCIFI365.NET

"Vale has written a true space opera, with a dizzying number of characters and concepts."

"...a boldly expansive space adventure."

"A fanciful sci-fi novel..." --Kirkus Reviews

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158391392
Publisher: Soulestial Press
Publication date: 05/18/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 420
Sales rank: 430,157
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Vincent Vale studied biology and marine science in his younger years. He's worked as a researcher and a chemist. And he's always dreamed of one day finding true adventure traveling the globe with no destination.

Besides writing, his pastimes include drinking ale at the local pub, fixing things that need fixing, and eating fine cuisine whenever he can afford it.

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Mobius 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was well written.
Erik Brenden More than 1 year ago
All in all it's a good book but i have mixed feelings about it. I absolutely wanted to give it a top rating because i loved the plot and build up in the beginning of the book but then it derailed. Fortunately it did recover mostly and i’m glad to have read it. The plot is great and the backdrop is equally good. But some parts of the story just feels wrong. I think some parts add nothing and just acts as a distraction of the whole story. Most of these occurs when the characters are running away or trying to get to someplace. They are making some lousy decisions that are not believable to me. In recent years this has maybe become something of a pet peeve of mine but i feel it really is something of a mood breaker when someone supposedly smart repeatedly does something stupid and out of character. The hero say jump and everybody does just that. But everything considered it’s a great book and i am looking forward to his future works. I received this book at the Goodreads Space Opera Fans community for free in exchange for a fair and honest review.