by Jack McDonald Burnett


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Pauper by Jack McDonald Burnett

From the author of Girl on the Moon and the upcoming sequel, Girl on Mars, comes this standalone novel about humankind's next great adventure.

Billionaire Frank Ebersole believes Pauper, Earth's smaller moon, is the source of magic-the power magickers draw from to perform their supernatural feats. He wants to find the magic "generator" there and exploit it, making him the most powerful man on Earth.

To do it he'll put together an expedition to the tiny moon, with a crew chosen from the general population: an administrative assistant with a big heart, a plucky magicker with her own agenda, a quiet teenage girl, and Frank's own "body man."

Together they'll have to survive demanding, accelerated training. Their voyage will be fraught with danger and heartbreaking loss. Some of them may not make it home. Will they learn Pauper's secret? And will it save them, or kill them?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781539482369
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/06/2016
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Jack McDonald Burnett is an attorney living in the Atlanta metro area. In former lives, Jack was a freelance writer, an editor for a small, niche publisher, and communications director for a software company. Jack's short fiction has appeared in the anthology Defiant, She Advanced: Legends of Future Resistance, available from Amazon, Ama-Gi Magazine and firstwriter.magazine. His nonfiction work has appeared in such diverse publications and venues as Mortgage Lending Compliance Alert, American Builders Quarterly, Mortgage Technology, Economic Opportunity Report, and Puck Daddy. His first novel, Girl on the Moon, is newly available in the Kindle Store. He is writing the sequel, Girl on Mars, and two other novels.

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