Prime Interface: A Consortium Universe Novel

Prime Interface: A Consortium Universe Novel

by Samuel Asil


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ISBN-13: 9781478723547
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 03/28/2014
Pages: 564
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.14(d)

About the Author

David, a professional graduate student and Lisa, his NSA prodigy girlfriend, are happy with their lives. David has no intention of amounting to anything, he just wants to party and get into Lisa's pants. When his new faculty advisor, a seismologist, coerces David into working on his pet project, they discover an astounding seismic anomaly.

Investigating the anomaly propels David and Lisa into a world of intrigue and adventure. The anomaly leads them to ancient Alien artifacts buried deep under the Greenland ice sheet. A deadly race ensues to obtain the artifacts and unlock their secrets.

Experimenting with the artifacts, they inadvertently awaken a powerful Alien entity charged with guiding mankind to maturity. The entity has 'overslept' and must scramble to regain control of a rapidly deteriorating world. While a team of humans examine the alien artifacts, the Alien begins examining them, and manipulating their lives. Evaluating each one, to see which human has the right stuff, to become the Prime Interface between Earth and the vast intergalactic civilization the Alien represents.

Along the journey, David and Lisa must learn many hard lessons about friendship and betrayal; about compassion and love; about maturity and understanding. The Consortium Universe Series documents humanity's growing pains as they mature into a civilized Starfaring race under the guidance of the ambassador from the Consortium of Sentient Species.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although I normally  don't consider myself a Sci-Fi fan, I have to say I loved this book.   Its scientific and medical references are well-researched, its plot and subplots are intriguing, and I found myself fondly following each character's growth.  I look forward to reading the next book in Mr. Asil's series!