Storm Ring

Storm Ring

by Stephen J. Carter

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Centrifugal winds and spinning tsunami-like waves …

Woken from what should have been a short-haul hiberstasis, six travelers discover their starship convoy was attacked by unknown forces. Brought by ship’s computer to a little-known world, Nebura, they have to choose between returning to the last-known location of their convoy, or going onworld, issuing a beacon, and waiting for rescue. A simple plan ... what could possibly go wrong?

Except things aren’t looking so great onworld either – Nebura is succumbing to a virulent environmental stilling. Getting to the only safe place left on the planet means crossing the world-encircling, lightning-filled storm ring – the stuff nightmares are made of.

And given the presence of a megalomanical Siqdori leader with big plans and out for revenge, said ring of storms will be the least of their worries …

'Storm Ring' is the first book in the 'Zero Point Light' SF series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046547252
Publisher: Stephen J. Carter
Publication date: 01/28/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 555,976
File size: 243 KB

About the Author

I'm a Canadian living in beautiful Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. I'm a fan of SF, Horror, Fantasy, Historical fiction, DVD serials, and Asian transcendental writing. To date I've written eBooks in SF, Horror, and Writing Methodology. I'm fascinated by this morphing world of ePublishing. Imagine integrating multimedia in an eBook, i.e. period folk ballads as chapter breaks for a Historical novel. Music and visuals done right would enhance and deepen a reading. Ten years ago no one thought e-readers would ever be popular, and look at them now. We have the same resistance today to other emerging innovations. It's an excellent time to be active in this industry!

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Storm Ring 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fun read. I really enjoyed it. I enjoyed it enough to immediately the second in the series. Other's reviewers have mentioned editing errors, which is true they are some but not enough to pull me out of the story. Great characters and great story telling.