300 years ago, USS Carl Sagan blasted off from overpopulated Earth in search of survival
Returning to Earth, the USS Carl Sagan finds humanity now extinct and Earth populated by deadly, once extinct pre-historic predators.
Another dynamic space fiction blockbuster from the master of space travel, Neil O'Donnell
What disaster eradicated mankind? Was it man-made or of natural origin? One thing for certain: survival for the USS Carl Sagan and its crew will difficult at best, as while humans are no longer inhabit the Earth , they left behind deadly machines to guard the airspace against space invaders. The commander and the crew of the returning Earth ship will have to overcome those unexpected fool-proof sentries. And the machines are not the only obstacles for the travel-weary men and women of USS Carl Sagan to overcome. If they want to re-inhabit Earth.Über den Autor:
A life-long resident of New York’s Niagara Frontier, Neil spent years developing short stories based around his life and homeland. In time, every geographical feature of the Western New York landscape morphed into the scenery of his conjured realm, which readers know as Tropal. While a student at Buffalo State College, O’Donnell started incorporating his studies in Anthropology into his writing, delving deeply into the discord and compromise that arises when societies interact. Ultimately, O’Donnell’s personal and educational experiences merged to form tales where individuals and communities overcome scarcity, injustice, and war to find prosperity, equality, and peace. O’Donnell currently resides in Lancaster, New York, balancing his time between his family, writing, and working as a college instructor and academic advisor. O’Donnell also is striving to raise awareness of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), a disorder he’s personally battled since childhood.
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