Genesis Weapon (The Genesis Project)

In the third book in The Genesis Project saga, the newly-formed alien alliance is besieged by a formidable ship built by an unknown species called the Kresh.
When it is mysteriously destroyed, the human-led alliance realise that there is something even greater to fear and must prepare to face their toughest test of survival yet. More

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About Barry E Woodham

Barry E. Woodham spent his working life as a design engineer/draughtsman on the nuclear fusion project and has been an avid reader of science fiction and fantasy for over fifty years. He found himself with nothing to read one lunchtime and began to write Genesis 2, the saga of the Gnathe, the first book in The Genesis Project. Many of his colleagues on the project began reading his efforts as quickly as he could finish the new chapters. He was persuaded to carry on and was halfway through the final section when the project drew to a close and he was able to take early retirement before redundancy, through a legacy. He promised his friends he would continue the story and let them know when he had finished. The joys of early retirement followed - fishing and walking the dogs, and the separation from his old reading colleagues meant the story remained unfinished. He lost the text through changing computers and it took some effort to retrieve the full story. He knew how Genesis 2 would end, but could never seem to be able to get round to finishing it. This has now changed and Barry has written the Genesis Project series, which started with Genesis 2, the saga of the Gnathe and now includes Genesis Debt, Genesis Weapon and the final book Genesis 3, which is finished now. "I hope you will enjoy reading the Genesis Project Series," Barry says, "as much as I have enjoyed writing them!"

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