Volume 2 of the Star-Eater Chronicles Trilogy.
(A combined volume of the second FOUR novellas)
Seth meets aliens galore, but when he returns to earth, the discoveries are kept hidden from the general population.
To bring the discovery of alien life to the core of Humanity, Seth decides to start a war.... never a good idea.
What could possibly go wrong?
Yeah, we've asked that question many times...
Book 1 of the Star-Eater Chronicles Trilogy.
(A combined volume of the first FOUR novellas)
The year is 2452, Seth Gingko is one of a thousand MacCollie Survey-Scouts sent out to map the galaxy. As he finally reaches the very edge of his assigned spiral arm, he finishes his contract and prepares to take ownership of the ship he'd been using. That's Seth's payment for his five years of service.
It was all going so well...
Seth Gingko has the fastest ship in the galaxy. He has a mate, Carol, and a baby daughter, Weiss.
He has a plan to re-invent the Human species... not bad considering he was the one who's idea all but destroyed it.
Unfortunately, Carol is at death's door...
Running out of ideas, Seth sets course for the Ark.
What can go wrong?
Yeah, we’ve asked that question before...
Novella seven in the series finds Seth Gingko in deeper trouble then normal. Not only is he an expectant father, but he's also responsible for the downfall of humanity; the Earth/Tysilion war hasn't gone well for the poor humans. With the alien hordes closing in on a complete victory, Seth sets out once more to lend a hand. I mean, he's to blame, its kinda the least he can do.
The sixth novella in the series finds Seth Gingko and ship-mate Carol Myerson heading back into the Earth-Tysilion War. They have a new ship, the fastest in the galaxy, but even this isn't enough against the overwhelming alien onslaught. The war is not going well for Earth, and Seth is determined to make a difference.
Can Seth and Carol survive to the end? Find out, in "Shadows Over Earth".
Seth Gingko has started the First Interplanetary War, and now he's got to deal with the consequences.
He's also handed over blueprints of his ship to the Fellowship; they'll clone it and use the new design against the Tysilions.
Unfortunately, since the Fellowship now have his design, he's also about to find he's surplus to requirements.
He's on the run again... and the fun had just started!
Seth Gingko has the fastest ship in the home galaxy, and has found that Aliens are invading.
He knows he has to warn Earth and show them the information he’s gained.
But, for some reason unknown to Seth, the Government is keeping the alien’s existence secret from the Fellowship population.
Seth has to inform humanity of the existence of aliens… even if it means an inter-planetary war.
Seth Gingko has the fastest human-owned ship in the home galaxy. Its technology is invaluable to Seth’s old employers, the MacCollie Company, and to humanity as a whole.
But Seth has a problem. Through a technicality, he’s out of contract, and he’s stolen the ship.
But he knows he has get back to Earth with the information he’s gained…
Aliens are invading the galaxy.
So begins part three.
Seth Gingko has a dilemma.
He is the owner of the fastest Human ship in the galaxy... but if he returns to earth, he'll be branded a criminal, and his ship confiscated.
He has the only star-chart of the nearest 16 galaxies... but if he returns to earth with this valuable information, his best friend will be ripped to pieces.
Read part two of this brand new Science Fiction series.
Seth Gingko is one of 1000 MacCollie Survey-Scouts sent out to map the galaxy. As he reaches the very edge, he finishes his contract, and prepares to take ownership of the ship.
But destiny has other plans for Seth and his egotistical computer.
This is the first in a new novella series by Dennis E. Smirl & Ian Hall.
Both are award winning writers. Their styles are sharp, witty, and full of energy.