The Galactic Neighborhood trilogy traces the fate of three Earth colony ships, sent out into the void to find new worlds for man to conquer. Though their futures are ultimately intertwined, each face the uncertainties of a galaxy filled with wonder, danger and incredible opportunity.
Author’s note – though each book may be enjoyed as a stand-alone, I recommend reading them in sequence to get the complete backstory.
Expedition’s search for a suitable colony world is interrupted when they discover the remains of the Vingah race, preserved in stasis. With a rescue mission underway, the new allies are challenged by an aggressive species bent on acquiring the Vingah’s secrets. Only the victor will be able to spread their influence throughout the galaxy.
“A feel-good novel, not dominated by the darkness, pathos, and conflict so common in the genre. Likable characters, unexpected turns, a big scope, and a brisk pace made it a real page-turner for me. A very enjoyable read.”
Odyssey broke the rules and settled on a planet occupied by the elusive, telepathic Rxyl. Resources are scarce, time is running out, and they need to find a way to communicate. When they do, it may prove to alter the destiny of both peoples forever.
“An exciting tale of technical wonders, space diplomacy, political intrigue, conspiracies, and unique discoveries with some romance included, set against an overall air of impending danger.”
Not everyone in space is friendly. Seeking a new home to colonize, Exploration’s peaceful journey ends abruptly when their ship is destroyed and the crew taken captive. Once their plight is discovered, an audacious rescue attempt is launched to reunite the scattered remnants of humanity and bring their people safely home.
“Proceeding on multiple fronts and overlapping storylines, the author skillfully weaves a fascinating tale of war, treachery, ingenuity, and xenophobia. My highest recommendation.”