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Exciting new science-fiction novel entitled ALIEN REFORMATION by Michael O’Dwyer is published
Alien Reformation is the first novel in The Hydro-Carbon Stratagem trilogy which questions the origins of humankind, our ultimate fate and influence on the entire cosmos.
In the year 2954 A.D., one of their hybrids travels across the globe with a selection of comrades to assemble seven pieces of a dissimilated being contained within the segments of an Alien craft. If successful, it will set him on the path to world domination and eventual confrontation with his Creator's nemesis. During these global travels for this Alien artefact, this unlikely hero from a totalitarian state whose despotic ruler has similar designs to his own will encounter a host of bizarre Nations and adversaries whom he must overcome for the first stage of the Alien plan to succeed. Book Two is called Hybrid Ascendancy and Book Three, Alien Vindication.
About the Author:
Michael O'Dwyer lives in Limerick City in Ireland.
Excerpt from the book:
“What did become of the remnants of those who had escaped from the fate envisioned on them by the Entity. Once, long before it had sought them out again, every individual of that learned race knew what another compatriot experienced. There had been a great sharing of minds, thoughts and ideas. As the EGO crept into their psyches, individual personalities developed and they began to keep knowledge and secrets from each other. An enforced hierarchy developed and the feeling of individuality increased as the oneness of the former commune evaporated into the globes of history. The survivors of this transposed and much altered race fled their Home Worlds and their older cooler red dwarf Sun and travelled through the frozen wastes of space to newer Galaxies with warmer gaseous Stars.
It was during this flight that they became known as the Exiles (Or in their own tongue, the ALASTHA’I.)
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Publisher: New Generation Publishing
Contact: Daniel Cooke
Tel.: 01933 665 340