Critical Mass

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
This highly descriptive, character driven epic spans 93 light years, detailing the plight of a nomadic remnant human race, leaving a now uninhabitable Earth and colliding with an alien race in the binary system of the "Demon Sun," Algol. The future of their world is unravelling, and it will fall on one who has seen the past to keep them from repeating it as a 2000 year old Viking prophecy unfolds. More

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About Gunnar C. Garisson

Gunnar Garisson is an old soul, warrior poet living well out of his time in modern society. In addition to writing full time, he spends a vast amount of creative energy designing off-grid, self sufficient homes, medieval weaponry, music and a better and stronger horn of mead.

He has a passion for the wilderness that was instilled at a very young age, and is a devout member of the church of the highest peak he can find. Alongside years of multi-disciplinary Martial Arts training and an Engineering degree, he is an avid swordsman, and can often be found deep in the woods sparring with his brothers, steel on steel. He enjoys loud motorcycles, small animals, and riding pretty much any kind of board, but his deepest love will always be family.

Only without the bonds of family are we truly alone....

Recently shifting towards writing full time, he has branched out into multi-subject online freelancing; but maintains serious regard and priority for his main passion of expanding his new novels, Critical Mass, and Planeshifters, into a trilogy....

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This highly descriptive, character driven epic spans 93 light years, detailing the plight of a nomadic remnant human race, leaving a now uninhabitable Earth and colliding with an alien race in the binary system of the "Demon Sun," Algol. The future of their world is unravelling, and it will fall on one who has seen the past to keep them from repeating it as a 2000 year old Viking prophecy unfolds.

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Eleanor Simmerman reviewed on on July 27, 2011
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A very good book. I did not like the profanity, but the story line was good and well thought out. I would like to see more character development rather than an extended story line. Author seemed very knowledgable of sci-fy facts and terminology. Looking forward to a sequel.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
carolina63 reviewed on on July 8, 2011

Terrific book!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
carolina63 reviewed on on July 8, 2011
(no rating)
Garisson has made a Sci-fi book seem a reality. This book makes you visualize what you are reading as if watching a movie. The language is a bit 'iffy' for those of us not accustomed to it. The read was worth it!
The bonds between friends comes together with an interesting love story. I do hope there will be several sequels.
Garisson is a top notch writer!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)

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