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The Blue Marble by P.G. Baumstarck

No. words: 54600

Style: Science Fiction, Dark Fantasy

Published: 7 / 2021

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The Blue Marble

Jagged Edge Horizon, Volume 3

by P.G. Baumstarck

P.G. Baumstarck

STORY DESCRIPTION

The Blue Marble is the conclusion of the story begun in Jagged Edge Horizon.

The alien invasion of the system has finally come and a single day will end with humanity either triumphant or destroyed. The alien fleet begins diving for the planets, and Admiral Willoch and Earth’s navies are dispatched to stop them. The humans are outnumbered but the situation still seems to be in their favor—until the alien spies’ plan comes to fruition. What Willoch, Townsend, and Hanssen have all overlooked is the secret in Oslo that instantly turns the tide in the invaders’ favor. Now humanity is doomed, and the only chance for victory lays in a last-ditch effort that they may have discovered too late as the clock ticks away …

 

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Science Fiction  Dark Fantasy  

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P.G. Baumstarck started out as an electrical engineer until he decided he didn’t like electricity and so became a software engineer instead. He has read most famous science fiction novels and he strongly contends that 1984 is the best SF novel ever written.


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