Earth Has No Tomorrow

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Classical science fiction- Norman J. Ball penned "Earth has no tomorrow" 30 years ago, but only now releasing it for publication. After all this time, he only edited 20 words. A fast-paced, engaging and richly detailed plot with well-developed characters makes for a good and thoroughly engaging read- A book the reader won't be able to put down...or wait for the next book in the series. More

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About Norman J. Ball

Norman began his writing career in the early sixties, producing small town and company organs just for the sheer pleasure of putting pen to paper.
Certified as a pilot, scuba diver, wilderness survival expert and chef would be enough for most people but Norman has also explored the Himalayas, hunted Alaskan moose, raced motorcycles and helped in a small way to bring an organized crime ring to justice.
Norman has observed suffering around the world but like most did little to help. In January 2001, he set out on an 8,500 mile walk to raise awareness of the plight of destitute children. Part of the proceeds from Norman’s books will be used to help children at risk wherever he finds them.
Norman J. Ball was born on the Canadian prairies January 13, 1943. He moved to the west coast of British Columbia the same year. He and his wife, Dianne and their two married sons reside on the lower mainland near Vancouver BC.

About the Series: The Terran Trilogy
Humans of Earth discover their ancestry and high calling as Earth is destroyed. An evacuation program, co-operatively launched by an intergalactic fleet, manages to rescue about 5% of Earth's humans before Earth's sun is extinguished and the moon collides fatally with Earth.

The refugees are cared for and given a new home planet by their hosts- the host planet turns out to be the true ancestral home of Earth humans.

Reviews

Review by: Sean Williams on May 16, 2015 :
Perfect 10 - An absolute page turner - Couldn't put it down.

I'm not a reader by nature, nor am I a fan of any type of sci-fi.
But wow, what a gripping novel.

Normally it takes weeks for me.to get through a novel but half way through night 3 I hit the back cover. Again, could not put this book down.

I'm a fan. Can't wait to read more.

Sean
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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