Point of Origin

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
An ancient alien probe is discovered drifting in deep space and is taken aboard the battleship, 'Temperance'. Although it poses no military threat, the offensive nature of the symbols etched on the craft's hull, might just be enough to provoke a war.
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About T J Kinsella

T.J Kinsella is a writer from the south coast of England. A former researcher in Artificial Intelligence, he has a life long passion for all things Sci-Fi and is great fan of short stories, particularly those of Philip K Dick.
T.J. began self-publishing his work in early 2017 and, since then, his stories 'Point of Origin' and 'The Returning Hero', have been published respectively, in issues #3 and #4 of the sci-fi, e-magazine, 'Just a Minor Malfunction'.
When he's not at his keyboard, he can be found watching his beloved football team, AFC Bournemouth, or playing the drums, (badly!).

About the Series: Origin and Extinction
An ancient probe is found drifting in deep space and is captured for analysis. When it is discovered that the probe is carrying blasphemous images, the consequences for the ape-like race who built it, could be disastrous...

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Review by: JQDahiya on Jan. 2, 2019 :
Rated 3-1/2 stars, meaning I liked it well enough to write reviews and hope it gets good 'sales'.

Why space probes should not have manufacturer's addresses. Amusing little short. You can read and enjoy this very quickly.

The alienness of the aliens is extremely well done; one of the best. Marred by minor errors like homophone spellings.
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Review by: Lee Miller on Feb. 9, 2017 :
Brilliant book! Very clever!
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Review by: Neil Smith on Feb. 8, 2017 :
I liked it. I kinda felt it was leading into more. You have great description even in the small.
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