Andrew M. Crusoe

Biography

Author. Traveller. Net-diver.

As a citizen of Earth, Andrew is interested in growth & tearing down the illusion of separation. To this end, he writes fast-paced Sci-Fi adventures based on the principles of Truth, Love, and Power.

His debut novel, THE TRUTH BEYOND THE SKY, is the 1st book in the Epic of Aravinda, a science fiction adventure series that draws inspiration from around the globe, including eastern mythology, sacred geometry, and the Ra Material. Since its release, the novel has been professionally produced as an Audible.com audiobook and featured on UPR radio for successfully predicting gravity waves years before they were officially proven in 2016.

The series continued with THE ISLAND ON THE EDGE OF FOREVER, inspired by Andrew's adventures on the strange trails of Hawaii Island. And the out-of-body adventure THE MIRAGE ON THE BRINK OF OBLIVION is the triumphant third installment in the series.

Wherever Andrew is in time and space, it's important to him to keep the lines of communication open with his readers. Reach him at: http://myth.li/contact/

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Where to find Andrew M. Crusoe online

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Where to buy in print


Books

The Secret Beneath the Ice
Price: Free! Words: 5,850. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
(4.00)
When a thoughtship and its pilot finally reach Avani, they barely have a chance to marvel at its sapphire forests before they are ambushed by an enemy far beyond their understanding. Tumbling down to the planet's surface, an ice-covered continent to the south is the only viable landing site. Lucky for them, what hides beneath may give them the chance to escape before isolation drives them mad.

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