Lost Universe by Keith Brandon

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A speed through different universes with a very special crew sent from planet earth. 16 depart from Earth on a mission to find the end of the universe. Plans go awry from the very start of this mission and of the original 16 not all will survive. Was sabotage behind this and if so, who? Captain Patrick leads his remaining team on a mission they were not expecting. They pass through a narrow fissure in the sky, there is a blinding light and huge alien spaceships appear. 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 the cloning, missing treasure and mysterious Lady Markass? Take a deep breath and hold on tight!
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“Nice and easy sci fi story.”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Stefan Smolarik

I opened this book one early evening just to try it out and couldn’t stop until i finished it in the morning.
Author created a whole sci fi universe very much like Star Trek but still original and interesting.
The plot while wasnt complicated or surprising caught my attention and kept me reading until the last page.
This was an easy book for those times when you don’t want to read an over complicated storyline with twists and turns and just relax with a nice and original sci fi adventure. Looking forward to a sequel.

About the Author

My time is now! There were many things in my life growing up, but nothing interested me as much as writing down my thoughts into a story and share it with the world.
I grew up on Star Wars, Star Trek, Babylon 5 and other, but could not find my words to form my thoughts. Until I met the books of Terry Goodkind who had a great influence on me. It helped me and trained me to see how to adventure into magical words and distant stars. I never lacked the ideas the. But something was missing. Life and its experience. I took the adventure and signed for the cruise ship life to be a waiter and see the world.
And I did.
Three years later I was ready and started to put my thoughts on the paper. And finally the story or rather stories bursted out of my head and my pen.
It took some time to put them together, but here I am. A published author in a Lost Universe..

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