Noah Zarc: Roswell Incident

Noah Zarc: Roswell Incident

by D. Robert Pease
Noah Zarc: Roswell Incident

Noah Zarc: Roswell Incident

by D. Robert Pease



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What really happened on July 14, 1947 outside of Roswell, New Mexico? Did an alien spaceship crash, only to be confiscated by the U.S. government? There's one kid who knows the whole story, and even though he might get in a heap of trouble for telling it, he just can't keep quiet any longer.

This science fiction time travel adventure short story is perfect for young adult readers aged 11 to 111.

"Pease's strength as a storyteller lies in his ability to connect multiple time periods imaginatively, as well as Noah's excited, fast-paced narration." ~ Publishers Weekly

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the short story prequel to the "Noah Zarc" science fiction series—an out-of-this-world, action-packed thrill ride. [DRM-FREE]

Includes a special sneak preview of the first novel in the series, "Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble."


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940154909799
Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC
Publication date: 10/31/2017
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 936,700
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

My whole life, I’ve loved hearing and reading stories, and creating worlds of my own. As a child, I spent countless hours drawing crazy contraptions on paper, or building vast fortresses in a sand pile behind my garage. There was hardly a time I wasn’t off on some adventure in my mind, to the dismay of parents and teachers alike. So it’s no big surprise I took all that daydreaming, all that longing to really see the wonder of creation around me, and started pouring it into discovering hidden universes in my own mind.

For quite a few years I tried my hand at writing, mostly working on one, massive fantasy novel, but it wasn’t until I had kids and they became voracious readers that I found my passion. There’s no greater audience than a child. I’d rather have a simple review from a kid that says, “Awesome book!” than a five-star review in the New York Times. Of course, if anyone at the Times wants to try to prove me wrong, I’d be willing to let you.

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