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Hand and Space: A Captain Brian Saber story
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,420. Language: English. Published: February 16, 2011 by WMG Publishing. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera
Sometimes the elderly can make a real difference when given a chance. Captain Brian Saber must recruit a ninety-one-year-old discredited scientist to help save all of humanity from a deadly attack by aliens deep in space. Science fiction with a human touch.
The Gift of a Dream
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 7,210. Language: English. Published: June 29, 2013 by WMG Publishing. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
When Dot Leeds watches her friend, Brian Saber carried from his bed in the nursing home late one night, she decides to wait for his return. His story of fighting aliens in deep space seemed impossible. But maybe not. The origin story of how Dot and Captain Brian Saber meet. Science fiction with a human touch.
A Time to Dream: A Captain Brian Saber Story
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 4,580. Language: English. Published: July 4, 2013 by WMG Publishing. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Captain Brian Saber, his ship and other Earth Protection League ships face a suicide mission to save Earth. Can he succeed, even though seemingly moments before he lay slowly dying of old age in a nursing home on Earth? The first Captain Brian Saber story.
Life of a Dream
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 37,150. Language: English. Published: June 23, 2014 by WMG Publishing. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
USA Today bestselling author Dean Wesley Smith finally gives the popular Captain Brian Saber his first full-length novel. Brian Saber and Dot Leeds constantly must leave their nursing home rooms and their aging bodies to fly across known space to save the Earth and the Earth Protection League. They love the job, they love feeling needed. But in the end, will being needed be enough?