Minerva's Soul

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Harry Irons has been infected by an enigmatic alien species. As a result, he's losing his mind. It's a race against time as Harry and his team look for a cure in the sands of the Great Wahabi on the newly colonized world of Mirabel. A difficult task becomes impossible as they encounter disgruntled colonists, security forces from Earth, hostile aliens, and the mind-numbing powers of the kitzloc.

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About Thomas Stone

Indie Author Thomas C. Stone developed a fascination for science fiction early in life, reading most of the modern-day masters by fourteen years of age. As a student, Stone studied writing, classical literature, philosophy, linguistics, and computer science, obtaining degrees in linguistics, literature, education, and computer science. To support his writing, Stone has worked as a school teacher, technical writer, systems analyst, martial arts instructor, and various other odd jobs. Today, Stone writes both mainstream fiction and science fiction. Additionally, Stone has completed twenty novels and, by his own admission, is more interested in the depiction of characters under stressful and extraordinary settings. Stone’s take on the world can be observed at his personal website and blog, http://www.thomascstone.com.

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David Thompson reviewed on July 5, 2012

Excellent! Unlike some trilogies I've read, this one does not run out of steam in the final book. Kept my interest right up to the end.

Pity it has to be a Trilogy I could have read more!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Stevin Strickland reviewed on Nov. 14, 2011

Fast paced and interesting SciFi read. Nice and innovative story plotting noted. Character development, i.e., Minerva's metamorph, I believe very unique among current SciFi genre. Recommend all three of series to be read in order written. Kudos to Mr Stone!
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Mike Martin reviewed on July 28, 2011

Very well written
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Ruthrcks reviewed on Nov. 13, 2010

Mr. Stone does not disappoint in this concluding volume of the Harry Irons trilogy---definitely his best book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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