Stellar Ark

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Ned Ryder studied lost monsters. The modern label, cryptozoology was a flimsy profession, but Ned soon found himself with a pass to the icy arctic where a special sort of giant slept after its long trip across an ocean of starlight. He gazed upon the hulking heap of otherworldly metal, a damaged vessel, but the first proof that something more than our little rock buzzed about in the void. More
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Words: 4,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370469505
About Brett P. S.

Brett Sawyer (1986), born in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, is an indie author who writes short stories & novellas, from science fiction to heroes. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in education and currently teaches game design at Lake Land College.

Short Change arrived at retailers in November of 2014, the start of a hero series where ordinary people gained powers over oddly specific domains, following the story of a shorter than average hero who can telekinetically manipulate small units of currency.

Short Change is free on “” and Barnes & Noble along with other samples and short fiction.

Brett’s popular releases in science fiction include “Dark Station” and “Tales from the Colony: An Interstellar Saga.” Dark Station is a deep space thriller set aboard an abandoned orbital science station where Ben Gebbley and his crew secretly investigate the disappearance of the original staff before others come to claim the lost assets.

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Review by: Jack Parker on Feb. 25, 2018 :
This book is totally original but it reminded me of Ice Station Zebra by Alistair MacLean and The Terror by Dan Simmons.
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Review by: deerbulldozer on Nov. 22, 2016 :
I read this on my phone on he bus. It's a good escape from my everyday boring life to the frozen wastes of south pole. The author has his main characters investigate an alien ship that is frozen in the ice. Weirdness and hostility ensues.
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