Last Refuge from Earth

Jonathan Martinez was only four years old the day the Earth died. He spent his entire adult life bouncing around refugee camps set up for humanity’s survivors watching his family being torn apart by disease and heartless bureaucratic rules. But when he learns of his wife’s passing and the uncertain fate of his daughter he will cross alien worlds and face any threats he must in order to save her. More

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About Trevor Marsh

I have a lot of science fiction influences in my life that have driven me towards writing. Besides all the science fiction I’ve read, watched, and played over the years I have also tried to incorporate my own personal experiences in my writing. I was raised in a military family myself, but I ultimately took a different path in life. My father proudly served in the United States Navy for thirty years, retiring as a captain. Growing up as a navy brat, I was constantly fascinated by military technology, history, tactics, and strategies. I was also offered the opportunity to grow up in a variety of locations around the world. The one that influenced me the most was Singapore. Seeing so many different people and cultures mixed together in one place was a very eye opening experience for me. From that point on, I knew I wanted to work in a field where I would constantly be interacting with people from all over the world. My studies eventually led me to studying international relations and political science in college, followed quickly by a legal degree with a focus on international law. My interest in geopolitics and diplomacy heavily influenced the non-military aspects of my science fiction writing.

About the Series: Refugees of Earth
After the death of Earth in a nuclear winter humanity's survivors must struggle the live among the stars.

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