Leaving Earth

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Rescuing blue-leather alien, Eli, seemed a simple thing. But stranded far from Earth, Kate, Eli and sentient onboard, Honey, encounter the Entity-I and are forever changed. Kate becomes a pawn in a deadly confrontation with an alien race, and must answer questions deep within her Earth-born soul: What determines that one is Human? Who is one's true family? More

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About Cooper Hill

Cooper Hill walked out of the dust in a semi-arid desert seeking a wider Universe beyond the beyond. She has worked in surgery as a scrub tech, in a flower shop, a chemical plant, a bronze foundry, and for 20+ years was a successful bronze artist and writer of prose, showing and selling in venues and galleries across the greater Southwest.

In mid-careers, Cooper and her husband took a two and a half year sabbatical with Peace Corps, to work in Burundi, East Africa, where she earned the JFK Volunteer of the Year award (as her second-self, A. Pauwels). She has written a non-fiction book, Turtle Tushies in the Land of Banana Beer, about their adventures in fish-farming among a heart-warming people.

Cooper has completed seven dystopian future-fiction/sci-fi action-adventure novels, replete with strong female protagonists, side-kicks, heroines, heroes and an abundant and appropriate number of villains.

Using the rocks, crystals and gemstones that have always fascinated her, Cooper also creates unique gold-wire wrapped jewelry at handmadestonependants.com. She enjoys writing/reading, disc-golf, friends, long walks with the dog, painting, kayaking and good movies.

Cooper currently greets the sun each morning with her patient husband, fun-loving Mom, and their latest rescue dog, a bundle-of-energy-and-joy black-cock-a-poo, Cricket. They reside on a beautiful tree-covered hill above a quiet valley.

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Review by: jhespe on Oct. 26, 2013 :
Very enjoyable, full of adventure and strange aliens. Looking forward to more.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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