The Alien Corps (Book 1 in the Prosperine Series)

The Alien Corps (Book 1 in the Prosperine Series)
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Series: The Prosperine Trilogy, Book 2
Genres: Science Fiction, Space Opera
Tags: adventure, novel, planet, Recommended Books, space opera, star, trilogy, war
Publication Year: 2015
Format: paperback and e-Book
Length: 300 pages
Narrator: Lisa Negron
ASIN: B00S1SNAVE
ISBN: 9780994307170
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Mystery, adventure, psi abilities, an alien who could be the incarnation of Jesus, and a classic writing style that evokes Simak, Heinlein, and Anderson.

About the Book

 “…a full-blown outer space adventure….I read it straight thru cover to cover.” ~ Reader Review

The supremacy of Earth and its allies hinges on the faster-than-light Surfboard® technology developed by the Intragalactic Agency. The Surfboard® is powered by the rare metal Crynidium, and the planet Prosperine is one of the few places in the galaxy where this can be found.

The Agency is currently negotiating with Prosperine’s Government for exclusive mining rights, but intelligence suggests a radical faction is plotting to seize power. If the rebels prevail, their manifesto to return the planet to the Dark Ages will prove catastrophic.

Hickory and her team are sent to investigate.

® Registered Trade Mark of the Intragalactic Agency

Available in eBook, paperback, and audio format.

What readers are saying about this epic space adventure.

“A Great read. Had me at the first chapter. Did not want to stop. Love the plot, the storyline, the action!!”

“McDermott creates a very original and hopeful future world similar to the kind of sci-fi I grew up loving. His alien characters are delightful and believable. I could not wait to read the second book, Rise of the Erlachi which is even better!”

“This a full-blown outer space adventure. Well described characters and a nicely paced story that has a nice flow to it. I read it straight thru cover to cover.”

Buy The Alien Corps today and see why readers are calling McDermott “a contemporary Asimov.”

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