Science Fiction newcomer, Michael L. Lewis, is the author of the Galaxy Series, which begins a years-long journey of writing that stemmed from a simple dream. A computer engineer by trade with a passion for reading fiction, he now takes that love to a new level with his first novel, the Orthogonal Galaxy. Michael currently resides in Woodinville, Washington with his wife, daughter, son, and cat.
Anticipated to be a six-book series, this work of near-future science fiction novels centers around a set of astronomical discoveries made by a research team at the California Institute of Technology and the astronauts who risk everything to better understand the galaxy in which they live.
Astronauts Paol Joonter and Blade Slater have landed on a planet thousands of light years from their home world, but what will they find there and will they survive the rest of their twelve-year-long mission? In the meantime, Carlton Zimmer and his research students continue to discover more about the superluminal comet and what it portends to the outcome of the mission.
In this near future sci-fi, a college professor's dream of discovering a parallel Earth is in jeopardy when an astronomical phenomenon sends a trio of research students scrambling to unravel its mystery. Their only hope to answer all of its questions lies in a pair of unlikely astronauts who risk everything to learn more about the galaxy in which they live.