The Gyris Mission

The Gyris Mission

by Simon Haynes

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Overview

"This is your pilot speaking. Folks, we have a small problem in the engine bay.
It's nothing to worry about, but I'd like you to make your way to the escape pods."

Hal Junior and Stephen 'Stinky' Binn live aboard a high-tech space station, far from the nearest planet. The rules are strict, and their lives are carefully regulated.
That's why they're so excited about the camping trip to Planet Gyris ... imagine a whole week of fishing, swimming, sleeping in tents and running wild!
Unfortunately, the boys crash land in the middle of a forest, and there's little chance of rescue. Is this the end of the camping trip ... or the start of a thrilling new adventure?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044992016
Publisher: Simon Haynes
Publication date: 09/17/2012
Series: Hal Junior , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Simon Haynes lives in Western Australia, where he divides his time between herding deadly spiders, dodging drop bears, and making up wildly inaccurate sentences like this one.

By day he's an author. By night he's also an author.

He loves wry, dry humour, and his hobbies include daringly inserting the letter U into words where -- in some parts of the world at least -- this simply isn't the done thing.

As for his genre-spanning novels, they include epic fantasy (with robots), scifi comedy (also with robots), middle grade humour (featuring robots AND the wanton use of the letter U), as well as a series of historical mystery novels set in 1870's London. (No, of course there aren't robots in those. He's not completely out of his mind.)

When he's not writing Simon is usually renovating his house, sim-racing online, using twitter (@spacejock), gardening, tweaking his book covers, pondering the meaning of the universe and reading, and if you think it's easy doing all that at the same time you should see what he can do with a mug of coffee, a banana and a large bag of salt.

When he's not making outlandish claims he likes to count how many novels he's written, and how many genres he's written them in. (Lots and too many.)

Finally, if you want to hear Simon reading one of his award-winning stories, you'll find an enticement to join his newsletter here: spacejock.com.au/ML.html

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