Lost Universe

by

Keith Brandon

Fiction, Science Fiction

Short Description

16 adventurers depart from Earth on a mission to find the end of the universe. They failed to consider whether the end of the universe wished to be found... or whether it should be?
Welcome to the year 2255.

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Description

16 adventurers depart from Earth on a mission to find the end of the universe. They failed to consider whether the end of the universe wished to be found... or whether it should be?
Welcome to the year 2255.

The Federation are now calling the shots and their tales of visits to Earth and secret testing on humans are disturbing and frightening. The crew must keep all their wits about them to survive this. The Earth they are told is no more; but is this the truth? Or is it part of an elaborate tale along with cloning, missing treasure and the mysterious Lady Markass?
And all the while, they are being watched...

ENAS REVIEWS
An enjoyable, eloquent romp through the universe.
'Lost Universe' is entertaining sci-fi with rich astronomical overtones embedded into an utterly engrossing and adventurous journey to find the end of the universe.
A team of 4 remaining crew members navigate through the complexities of the dark corners of the universe and explore the mysterious existence of alien inhabitants after a mission goes awry. The plot gets thrilling and creepy as Captain Patrick, Josh, Vanessa and Kathy venture on a dynamic journey in the year 2255 through a crack in the fabric of space.
Author Keith Brandon’s passion for the subject matter of exploration and travelling is evident as his narration overflows with imaginative conceits. The manner is amusing and the mystery surprisingly good, with a diverse cast of secondary characters.
'Lost Universe' is definitely an enjoyable, eloquent, sci-fi romp through the universe.

Keith Brandon

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