20 Million Leagues Over the Sea

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At the end of "The War of the Worlds", the Invaders fell victim to human disease. What happened to the technology -- and the world -- they left behind? Follow the adventures of the spaceship "Thunder Child's Fury", the child of Nemo's ingenuity and Martian cunning, as her crew takes the fight back to Mars. With dark forces aligning against them, will they make it to the Red Planet? More

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About K. T. Hunter

K.T. Hunter is a lifelong fan of reading just about anything she can get her hands on, from science fiction (her first love) to science fact, from alternate history to art history and true crime. She credits her parents' encouragement of her creativity and their own love of Star Trek as the spark that lit her literary fires. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from UT-Chattanooga in 1993 and worked as a computer instructor and software developer in the insurance industry for the better part of two decades. Her first novel, 20 Million Leagues Over the Sea, the first novel in the steampunk adventure series The Nemo Paradox, was published independently in 2015. She grew up in the hills of East Tennessee, and now she and her husband, fellow author T. D. Raufson, reside in Chattanooga.

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About the Series: The Nemo Paradox
Decades after the Martian invasion, Earth sends the good ship Thunder Child's Fury to carry the fight back to Mars. What do they discover on the Red Planet? What is the truth behind the Invasion?

A mish-mash sequel to H. G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds" and Jules Verne's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", as well as other Wells and Verne novels.

Also in Series: The Nemo Paradox

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Brian Lambert reviewed on on July 25, 2016

Loved it.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
bishopuniverse reviewed on on Aug. 31, 2015

I Couldn't Put it Down

Despite the fact I’m an avid reader I can’t remember a time in recent memory where I’ve been so captivated by a book. It’s one thing to find a quality book that passes the time nicely; it’s quite another to be thoroughly engrossed, telling yourself “just 5 more minutes” time and time again. On the day I finished "20 Million Leagues Over the Sea" I put in nearly 2 hours of reading, wishing I had the next book in the series to keep reading.

Beyond the sheer enjoyment, "20 Million Leagues Over the Sea" is full of history, science, and connections to other fiction works that add a great deal of depth and spark to the imagination. The eBook format is brilliant as I found myself selecting names of people and technologies that were instantly available from the dictionary or wikipedia, adding even more enjoyment to a strong selection.

I will definitely be grabbing my copies of the subsequent books in the series when they are released. This was time well spent.
(reviewed 45 days after purchase)

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