Eclipse - The Girl Who Saved the World

Eclipse --
World's Greatest Tween Superhero
World's Most Terrifying Tween Supervillain
Opinions differ.
She's caring, daring, deadly
...and here to save the world.

She's twelve. She’s hardworking, bright, self-reliant, vigorously physically fit, tough as nails, still young enough to disguise herself as a boy. She’s also a persona: She flies, reads minds, and isn't afraid of violence. More

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About George Phillies

George Phillies is a retired Professor of Physics. He also taught in Biochemistry and in Game Design. His scientific research is focused on polymer dynamics. He also writes science fiction novels and books on politics. Books by George Phillies include:

Fiction
This Shining Sea
Nine Gees
Minutegirls
The One World
Mistress of the Waves
Against Three Lands
Eclipse, The Girl Who Saved the World
Airy Castles All Ablaze

Books on Game Design Series
Contemporary Perspectives in Game Design (with Tom Vasel)
Design Elements of Contemporary Strategy Games(with Tom Vasel)
Stalingrad for Beginners - How to Play
Stalingrad for Beginners - Basic Tactics
Designing Board Wargames - Introduction

Books on Politics
Stand Up for Liberty!
Funding Liberty
Libertarian Renaissance
Surely We Can Do Better?

Books on Physics
Elementary Lectures in Statistical Mechanics
Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics
Complete Tables for ‘Phenomenology of Polymer Solution Dynamics’

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About the Series: The Girl Who Saved the World
The adventures of Eclipse, 12-year-old tween superhero.

Eclipse...

World’s Greatest Tween Superhero!

World’s Most Terrifying Tween Supervillain!

Opinions differ.

Meet Eclipse.

She's twelve. She’s hardworking, bright, self-reliant, good with tools, vigorously physically fit, tough as nails, still young enough to disguise herself as a boy. She’s a superhero—persona, they’re called on her time line: She flies, shrugs off bullets and artillery shells, and shatters fortifications with a glance. She had a bit of a problem with her mom. Her mom threw her out of the house. Then Mom blew up the house and disappeared. Now she's busy saving the world, again and again.

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