Robert Taylor lives with his long-term partner just outside London, England. He has travelled widely, visiting most of Europe, much of North Africa and parts of the Middle-East.
His jobs have included many diverse careers such as Bank Courier, Cinema Projectionist and even Scuba Diving Instructor.
In his off time, he enjoys travel, reading, computer gaming and watching movies.
Bruised and battered after a gruelling battle against the invaders of human space, the survivors continue their search for a way to defeat the aliens.
Their single hope lies in the information contained within a Humal artefact. Information that promises them a long voyage to a distant star system. A system that, as far as they can tell, was once part of the mighty Humal Empire...
Lucas Wright had joined the shadowy Special Operations Group in order to get information. Knowledge that, as a mere soldier, he had little hope of being privy to.
But now, on his first mission for the Group, he would find that the so-called "Revenant Syndrome" was far more widespread and bizarre than anyone had imagined.
The world was unravelling.
Nathan knew it now, thought there was little that he could do about it. Though he possessed technology that might be helpful someday, his understanding of it was limited and tinkering with it could have catastrophic consequences...
Corporal Lucas Wright was in trouble. Held pending an investigation following his last mission, he is forced to relate the events of that mission over and over again.
But this last time was different, for his "interviewers" were not the regular military investigators he was used to.
As the interview, and his story, unfold, he begins to suspect that there is a lot more going on than he knows...
James Hamilton was dead. Killed in a failed mission to secure scientific help to find a way to defeat the alien invaders.
For those who have escaped, survival is a priority. Pursued by both the aliens and the Imperials, they struggle to continue the fight and to follow the slim leads they had uncovered.
Time is growing short, and the utter destruction of human civilisation is fast approaching...
The Whispers of Eris (Chronicles of the Collapse, Book 3)
Albertville. It was a place that should not exist in Nathan's world. A city that should have been a small town and which showed none of the ruin and devastation prevalent elsewhere. It was a city from another world, another reality. A city full of dark secrets: Things that denied explanation...
The Jada-Ko-Vari. A sentient, alien virus-race that infects any storage medium sufficiently large to contain them – computers, ships, even the human brain. Once inside, they control whatever they occupy completely. Their goal is simple. To eradicate humanity.
Nathan Smith had done what he’d been asked to do. He had found a place where his failing community could find food, water, shelter and everything that they were currently lacking.
Returning to his community with the news, however, was not quite the triumphant homecoming he had envisaged.
The Collapse. Civilization swept away in the historical equivalent of the blink of an eye. Man reduced to little more than a parasite living off the carcass of the Old World. After twenty years, little was left for even the most diligent of scavengers to recover.
The world was changing, alien creatures were appearing everywhere.
One man, Nathan Smith, wanderer, is trying to survive.
The Humals. Humanoid Aliens. They dominated the spiral arm millennia ago then vanished without trace. Man had found traces of their presence, reverse-engineered their technology and speculated endlessly about their demise. But no one really knew what had happened. No one knew why they had disappeared or why so few traces of them remained...