Here is also the fifth book in the New Earth Miniseries. This book turns down a totally new track, but so believable. To detail this further our main character, our extraterrestrial intelligence agent, has developed new abilities, having returned from the Pleiades to Earth. He can do now what he could only once dream of doing. However, the funny thing is, he says all dream of being able to do these things, and all can. Mostly, we just do not know it.
He has developed telepathic abilities, telekinesis and extraordinary wisdom. He starts a personal following, to not only make his corporations big, but his name and self as well. The media love him. He is right out there now. They do not know his background, or where he is from. He is just fantastically successful and wise.
This does draw out the enemy he seeks. Quickly, there are assassination plots to kill him. Some almost succeed. Where does he come from? People are now asking. What are his corporations that are sprawling all over the planet, in a matter of a decade? Does he need to be cut down? Are those who run this planet, losing control? It is the late 1990s, and time is moving on.
Like the other volumes, there are great illustrations, pictures, maps, and glossary. Have fun and remember it is not all fiction. There is a tapestry of truth below the stories.
This book is a great read for both male and female science fiction readers.
About the Author
The Sequetus Series started being written in 1987, the year the story kicks off. He started the first books using pen and paper and compiled many journals with his writings. Soon, however, he bought a new Amstrad computer, and he was away. By book ten he was living in Tokyo and he was still at it, writing this story. By the twenty-third book, the series was complete, and it is 2014. This series of books is an epic piece of literature. The author, Nick Broadhurst, has lived and worked in over a dozen countries around the world, with Australia, Japan and the USA being the three longest. He has lived a life of adventure, and included here is a lot of time in Asia, volunteering on disaster sites. Professionally Nick is an architect, a construction contractor and building project manager. Nick is Australian. He also paints. There have been many different responses to having read these books. They vary, but many readers claim that they changed. So if you want to read them, good for you. There is a lot in these books. It is hoped you enjoy them as much as the author says he did writing them.