Plato's Gateway

Rebellious star pilot Phillip Barreda and his handicapped brother needed a break when they discovered an interstellar gateway at the edge of colonized space. Unfortunately, they had no idea that it was a prelude to an invasion and that the man behind its construction was over 400 years old. More

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About Brian Jeffreys

Brian Jeffreys is a reader, husband, father, technologist (geek), autism advocate, and science fiction / fantasy writer.

Brian Jeffreys was born and raised in Yukon, Oklahoma, the oldest of two children. He attended several universities with degree programs ranging from engineering to astrophysics, finally graduating from Dallas Baptist University with a BS in Information Science. After two decades working in high tech manufacturing, he went back to school to pursue a masters degree in mathematics.

While visiting a friend who had just co-written a book, Jeffreys decided to try his hand at writing. Over the course of three years he wrote four full length novels and tried several publishing venues. But at his core, he is a storyteller who loves to read and write good science fiction and adventure fantasy. His driving motivation is to never write something he wouldn’t want to read more than once.

He lives in the North Texas area with his wife, three children (one with autism), and three cats.

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Scott Rhine reviewed on Dec. 16, 2011
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Fans of Star Trek Voyager will enjoy this adventure.

Phillip had been training in the peacekeeper academy when he inherited custody of his special-needs brother. Changing careers to a transport pilot, he barely scraped by. When his scientist passengers stumble on an odd phenomenon, his brother has flashes of brilliance and Phillip has recurring dreams. Soon, the cause of this phenomenon threatens all humanity.
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