Unknown Place, Unknown Universe

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Iron II: Unknown Place, Unknown Universe

Iron II: Unknown Place, Unknown Universe

Unknown Place, Unknown Universe is available on Amazon. Buy the first book in the series, Too Bright the Sun here.

The daughter of a prominent feminist, a nerd and a self-proclaimed douchebag are three student pilots who crash land on an unidentified primitive planet. They must resolve their differences to escape through a worm-hole and get back to Earth.

An alien rebel steals a space-cruiser to escape certain death and go looking for the mythical home of his god. An alien technologist is on the verge of a great discovery.

Though they don’t know it yet, all are in the eye of a storm. The storm is a war of destruction that will engulf the Universe. Both groups must come together in an effort to warn Earth which stands at the brink of disaster.

If you like Stephen Baxter, Arthur C. Clarke or Greg Bear you will just have to read this breath-taking part two of the epic Iron Series.

From the Author
The idea for this book came from one of the first Short stories I wrote: Inchoate. In it a good-for-nothing super-sophisticated being is sent back to Earth’s past to observe a stone-age tribe of humans but he makes the mistake of getting involved and changing their way of thinking. I liked the world I created in Too Bright the Sun – I was familiar with it, and I wanted to explore it from the opposite point of view from Jake Nanden, in other words from the point of view of an anti-hero. In many ways the main character in Inchoate – Mr As-qinov is the prototype for Stone, a self-confessed douchebag. However Stone does have many qualities which might allow him to make his mark in the Universe.

Unknown Place, Unknown Universe is available on Amazon. Buy the first book in the series, Too Bright the Sun here.

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