Seed of Hope: The Emily Smith Trilogy

Seed of Hope: The Emily Smith Trilogy

by Tom Young

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Overview

Emily Smith is an average student at a university known for its advanced studies in science and mathematics. At least she led them to believe she was average. She had been having dreams of a strange new math that solved space time travel. After meeting with her physics professor who completely dismissed her she was downcast and while walking near the school a man named Blain entered her mind and told her to follow him. She had the gift of reading minds since childhood and would not miss an opportunity to talk to him as he was the first to telepathically talk to her. She was angry when he refused to answer her questions, until upon entering a clearing she saw a saucer hovering several feet off the ground. Little did she know she would be pivotal in saving the human race from extinction! There were others seeking her in order to destroy her from the face of the earth, and then the rest of the human species. Young Ensign Robert Aaron was gifted with a high degree of intelligence and had graduated first in the Alliance Space Academy thus he was given the opportunity to choose his first assignment. He chose Lagrange Point Station Two. He believed that if there were to be any contact with an Alien Race that this base would be the most likely place of first contact. He experienced euphoria and fear when he first observed the alien space craft off in the distance. His fear turned to sheer terror when two light craft detached from the ship and started toward the Space Station.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158606984
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 12/17/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 321
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Having nothing what so ever from my parents, grandparents and so on, I wanted to leave something of me behind for my children, grandchildren and so on. When working I had time to peruse the NASA files of moons and planets, thus the impetus of my books. I weaved what I believed to be anomalies into my stories. After retiring I had time to do so.

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