From Extrasolar, Earth-like Planets to the Mysteries of Our Own World's Ancient Past
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The Ultimate in Extrasolar Planets: Worlds Like Earth
Islands in the Dark
In the early 1970's, I read a book by Stephen Dole and Isaac Asimov entitled, "Planets for Man." Okay, so the title is not exactly politically correct these days. But try to understand the idea from a child's point-of-view. Understand the exotic adventure of it, and how exciting the idea is, finding these islands in the dark of space. Read more...
The sinister Hamilton Club has licked its wounds and now has an alien ally who can destroy humanity's future. Vormin Kark may have a tiny body, but he has the resources to conquer the galaxy.
"Got it Solved" Attitude
This novel is a coming-of-age story. But Gordon Roanhorse is not just any rich man's son. His aerospace industrialist Apache father is the "Bridge Builder to the stars"—Jason Roanhorse.
A whopping 742 pages of adventure available in Kindle and trade print.
C e l e b r a t i n g t h e S p i r i t o f A d v e n t u r e
"I felt fine after 24 hours and asked the state commission to prolong my stay in space to three days. And I carried out the entire schedule. Could I have done that if I had been half-dead?" Valentina Tereshkova, Russian Cosmonaut
A d v e r t i s e m e n t s
Imagine Man Throughout the Galaxy
With a forward by Arthur C. Clarke, brazen plan for colonizing the galaxy in 8 "easy" steps. Wonderfully optimistic and beautifully detailed!
A Classic on Extrasolar Planets!
Stephen Dole of RAND Corporation and best-selling author Isaac Asimov team together to lay out the original specs for a habitable planetary system. This gave us the blueprint on what to look for.