Echelon's End

Echelon's End : Last Generation

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The year is 6752, A.T. and Earth is but a memory to its space faring descendants. The urbane beings of The System embark on a test-colonization mission to a far off solar group called Mira. The AST Saarien's flight path is ended abruptly and the colonizing supership explodes under a hail from Tauron Starhounds; a century of peace with the Tauron Empire is fractured. Six Aidennian survivors jettison in a terra-forming conestoga Pioneer Pod. Now, a young male echelon couple and their fellow crewmembers must deal with a reality in which their peaceful reality is shattered by war and prejudice. The only solace appears in the form of an unknown, arid planet in a ternary star group. Upon the Pioneer Pod Four's descent into the planet's atmosphere, a defense planetary shield is activated and causes the Pod 4 to crash land in an ancient, dried-up seabed. This sets the Aidennians on a jarring adventure where survival is a game of chance with the life forces of the Universe.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 616 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 35mm | 771g
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • 1540792099
  • 9781540792099

About E Robert Dunn

Born in the Midwest, raised in the Northeast, E. Robert Dunn began writing at the age of 14 and continued through his higher education in the Southeast where he currently resides. In addition to penning the science fiction series "Echelon's End," E. Robert has also written several plays and was a contributing writer to the online STAR TREK: Odyssey's Season One Finale webisode [featured in STARLOG Magazine, January 2008, "Beyond Hidden Frontiers," p.89]. Besides being a produced playwright and published author, E. Robert has had articles printed in local newspapers as well as medical newsletters. He has also graced many a stage by his given name: Eston Dunn. A recent project is founding a non-profit online webcasting charity to education while entertaining through programming that unites those that were separated by the walls of stereotyping, prejudice, and bigotry (www.watchoutweb.org).
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