You can’t escape a hangman. Murder is burned into its android brain. The only thing Clove can do is run.
He’s forced to seek help from his mother, who’s the captain of a small starship. Only problem is, he and his mother don’t get on. She doesn’t understand why he gets into fights, abandons his studies and has even sabotaged an android production factory.
The ship leaps through space in a convoluted way to try and confuse the hangman. When it finally stops, it materialises before a tropical green planet.
Readings indicate only plant life. But when Clove takes a joy-ride, he discovers a very weird sort of humanoid….
About the Author
I’ve always enjoyed science-fiction, so naturally, that’s what I like to write. But I like a laugh as well, so some of my novels are humorous – and some are a mixture of both. I’ve also written a book based in Sicily (my family background).
How long does it take to write a novel? For me, about nine months. Don’t know if that’s significant or not! I’ve been writing for about 20 years, so have quite a few manuscripts notched up, not to mention eighty or so stories, hundreds of poems, half a dozen plays and a few articles.
What can I say? I just love writing.
If you’ve read any of my novels, please do write a review – even if it’s only one sentence. Thank you so much.