Where the Stars Fall

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The last thing the crew remembers they were in deep space, running for their lives from an enemy warship that had them clearly outmatched. Suddenly they find themselves spiraling in towards an unknown planet. Now the crew of the R.S. Honshu finds themselves stranded on a strange world with no idea how they got there. More

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About Michael Moreau

Writing a bio of myself is difficult because I often feel as if I don’t really know who I am. I am a collection of characters and places that have touched me as I have traveled down the (often bumpy) road of life.

There’s only been one constant thing about me that truly feels like “me” and that is the desire to create. Whether it’s writing, photography, filmmaking costume & prop design, or one of the other couple of dozen things that I like to do I just can’t stop creating. I’m drawn to it more than any other pursuit in life.

Just like everything else about me my influences are a little all over the board. I would say that I admire and often imitate Douglas Adams’ sense of humor, but lots of my works are also in the simple and elegant style of Andre Norton fused with some of the gritty details of writers like Hal Colbatch or Larry Niven.

I don’t write as a career, I know that during my lifetime I will likely never make any real money from my writing but I do it because I have stories to tell. All that I hope from my work is that people enjoy it. A quick fan letter is my reward for what I do.

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About the Series: Rocket Riders of the 27th Century
The adventures of the R.S. Honshu and her crew. Enter the world of rocketships and rayguns with a modern sense of humor in this series that is a new take on the classic pulp science fiction genre.

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Review by: Chuck Allen on Sep. 27, 2015 :
I started reading Sci-Fi back in the mid-60's with pulp Sci-Fi stories in serialized forms and fell in love with the genre. This book takes me back to those stories. That being said, this was a thoroughly enjoyable read. It has the slightly larger than life character types from those early Sci-Fi books and keeps you interested in them and their (mis)adventures.

All in all, a very enjoyable read and I look forward to finding out how the story plays out in future books in the series.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

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