Planet Song

Planet Song

by T. K. Boomer


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Planet Song by T. K. Boomer

The Fahr are the oldest and most powerful sapient species in the galaxy and the only one to have mastered interstellar travel. Song Corp, the most powerful corporate entity on their planet, is on a routine pet collecting expedition when they arrive on the Earth in the middle 14th century. They find a stagnant Humanity decimated by the black plague. They also find humpback whales, singers of the most powerful and addictive songs they have ever encountered. Song Corp decides they must collect these whales but their ship is too small. They return to their home planet to get larger one, a round trip that will take over 650 years. When they return, the stagnant humanity they first encountered has evolved into something much more formidable. Song Corp has too much invested to turn back now so plans are drawn up to collect the whales, by force if necessary.

On board the Song Corp ship is Teracia, a rare Fahr female. She's a sapient species rights activist who has managed to deceive the Song Corp management into letting her join the crew. She soon finds herself resisting an entire corporation in an attempt to save the human race.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780995166714
Publisher: Greg McKitrick
Publication date: 07/29/2016
Pages: 322
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

T.K. Boomer lives in Sherwood Park Alberta, Canada with his wife. His has a degree in theatre and has had several stage plays produced. In 2014 he published a mainstream fiction novel, "A Walk in the Thai Sun", written under the name G.J.C. McKitrick. Over the years he has been a professional musician, a song writer, a puppeteer, and a mailman. He has always been a fan of science fiction and, on his retirement in 2012, decided he would devote his remaining days to the writing of it. His workspace includes a home recording studio which he has used to record songs and, more recently, a podcast serialization of "Planet Song."

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