Gunslinger to Earth

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When the colonies went into revolt and my secret crush all but kidnapped me, I didn't know whether she was a patriot or a terrorist. Then the Earth was swallowed by an anomaly, and I realized that if I picked the wrong side, I would never see my sister's family again. More
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About Joe Vasicek

Joe Vasicek fell in love with science fiction and fantasy when he read A Wrinkle in Time and The Neverending Story as a child. He wrote several unfinished novels in high school and took Brandon Sanderson's writing class at Brigham Young University.

He first came onto the indie writing scene in 2011 with his debut novel Genesis Earth. Since then, he has written more than twenty novels and novellas, including Genesis Earth, Gunslinger to the Stars, The Sword Keeper, and the Sons of the Starfarers series. His stories have been published in Perehilion, Mirror Dance, Sci Phi Journal, Uprising Review, Kasma SF, and Leading Edge.

As a young man, he studied Arabic and traveled across the Middle East and the Caucasus Mountains. He has also traveled across the United States, and has lived in Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, California, Utah, Washington DC, and Iowa. Wherever he goes, though, he's always writing.

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About the Series: Gunslinger Trilogy
Join Sam Kletchka, freelance gunslinger and privateer, and Jane Carter, xenolinguist and alien anthropologist, on their intergalactic adventures as they travel the stars, make first (and sometimes last) contact with exotic alien races, and uncover the truth about the Immortals who secretly control our galaxy.

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Reviews of Gunslinger to Earth by Joe Vasicek

hyegeek reviewed on Aug. 7, 2019

This was quite short and I did not think it rose to the level of the first two books. Not that the first two books were wall that deep, but this one did not have much depth even in characters that we already knew. The plot itself seemed a bit disjointed.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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