Brighton releases "A Force Far Beyond" in print format from novelist Jack Kassinger
"Jack Kassinger pens yet another Science Fiction masterpiece"
It is now available in print and multiple eBook formats from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading Book retailers nationwide. The print format is distributed by Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Espresso Book Machine Network.
Synopsis: Earth, and it's species of beings, had advanced to become a developed society with many scientific and technological achievements to include advanced military technology—but, as advanced and powerful as humans were with their perceived achievements—
They were a military juggernaut and society of beings with innate animalistic instincts; they had conquered many, it was their way of life. Commanders in their ranks believed them to be unbeatable.
They had never met another species capable of stopping them militarily. The conquest to take Earth, to bring humans into the fold, to enslave them as conscripts of the Mookian Empire, was the beginning of a campaign that would have devastating consequences for humans—unless the benevolent ones, another alien species, decided to intervene, to warn Earth of the impending attack and prevent the Mookians from achieving a successful invasion.
The decision to intervene was approved by the Quora, the Supreme Council of Naar, but was the decision made in time? Could the planned onslaught of attacks by the Mookian military have been prevented? Was Earth's leadership too complacent and distrustful of the advanced warning of the impending attack to do anything about it? If humans were to survive, to achieve self-preservation, would it be the result of assistance from a force far beyond?
Jack Kassinger is a retired CIA operative with years of service as a government employee. He is a successful novelist having written a number of successful spy thrillers—a genre in which he has received much acclaim. After the release of "Competing Forces," his first science fiction thriller, continual reader demand for another science fiction thriller has spawned "A Force Far Beyond."