To Save a Planet

To Save a Planet


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Scientists discover their planet, Eden, is going to be consumed by a supernova. The Council of Twelve Tribes decides to build thirteen ships to carry a select group of people from impending doom, while a small force of elite soldiers searches the galaxy for a planet. Ten thousand people from each of the twelve tribes are selected and placed in suspended animation; the Best and the Brightest, according to a study of their DNA profiles. The tribes of Eden sleep in the ships as their best space explorers desperately search the galaxy for a planet in which to begin life again. Corruption interferes with their plans and three tribes decide to leave the convoy and try their luck alone.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781456441319
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/15/2010
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

R. E. Kelly was born and raised in Mexico until the tender age of 15 when his family emigrated to the southern US. A Road Scholar, he attended the infamous School of Hard Knocks where his life's philosophy developed.

Tales flow from his overactive mind and he often speculates that it was a result of three decades of a solitary working environment in the communications infrastructure field.

Writing was something that always came naturally throughout his life, and, until recently, had been a private haven. Friends often asked him about what he wrote and unrelentingly pressed him about when his stories would be published. With the encouragement of those same friends and family, near the end of his sixth decade, he began his first serious adventure into the world of writing for publication.

Throughout his adult life, he resided in the West, South, and East of the continental US. He is currently giving the North a go. In his rare spare time, he fathered and raised nine human beings: five fine young men, three of the prettiest ladies that have graced the earth, and one as yet unknown still baking in the oven.

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