Galactic Alliance (Book 1) - Translight!

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(3rd edition) Earth has developed a stardrive. The stars are now ours - or so we think. Others have gotten there before us. Facing isolation within our own star system, Earth is forced to form a united government and join the Consortium. Humans, however, have a knack for getting into trouble and it doesn't take long before things start to unravel. This is book one of the Galactic Alliance series

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Words: 138,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452303352
About Doug Farren

I can be reached at farrendoug@hotmail.com.

Born in Franklin, PA but raised in Minnesota. I like to call Forest Lake my home town even though I haven't lived there since I was 17. I joined the Navy in 1976 and spent 11 fun years as a nuclear operator in the surface fleet. I am now employed at the Perry Nuclear Power Plant in Ohio where I work as an instrumentation and controls technician.

I've always enjoyed reading science fiction (I can thank my dad for that) and I've always had an avid interest in high technology and computers. I have done computer programming as a consultant specializing in complex database conversion.

I try to write stories that can actually happen some day with science based mostly in fact. Lasers can't be seen in space, explosions can't be heard, and ships can't do the seemingly impossible without at least some type of explanation.

I am married to a wonderful wife and I have 2 daughters from a previous marriage. I now have two granddaughters as well but that does not mean I'm old!

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Review by: Hugh Johnson on July 18, 2012 :
Very well done. From the begining of space travel outside of the solar system to inter species war, step by step. Well presented and logicaly progressed thru the events that got us ther.
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Review by: Daniel McGouran on Aug. 17, 2010 :
I enjoyed this book, it is a nice little science fiction story but is not perfect.
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