Andrew M. Crusoe
Author. Traveller. Net-diver.
As a citizen of Earth, Andrew is primarily interested in growth, not only for himself, but for all.
His debut novel, The Truth Beyond the Sky, is the first book in the Epic of Aravinda, an award-nominated transcendental science fiction series that draws inspiration from around the globe, including eastern mythology and channeling. Since its release, the novel has garnered a multitude of glowing reviews, received write-ups on pro reviewer websites, and qualified for an ACX stipend, attracting prime narrator talent for the Audible.com edition of the book, available now.
And thanks to reader support, the series continues now with The Island on the Edge of Forever, inspired heavily from Andrew's adventures following the strange trails of the Hawaiʻi jungle.
Wherever Andrew seems to be in time and space, it's important to him to keep the lines of communication open with his readers. You can reach him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Loveliest Abyss in the Universe
by Andrew M. Crusoe
The Portal is unnatural, a fissure in spacetime, torn between sharp rings. The Portal shows you images that haunt your waking moments, as well as your dreams. The Portal wants you to gaze within, but when you do, you will never be the same.
“I thoroughly enjoyed this one!” -- Anela, Creator of AmidtheImaginary
The Secret Beneath the Ice
by Andrew M. Crusoe
When a thoughtship and its pilot finally reach Avani, they barely have a chance to marvel at its sapphire forests before they are ambushed by an enemy far beyond their understanding.
Tumbling down to the planet's surface, an ice-covered continent to the south is the only viable landing site. Lucky for them, what hides beneath may give them the chance to escape before isolation drives them mad.
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