Book: NOVA SOL (A Brief History of Humankind) by Cameron McVey
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Cameron McVeyabout this book: Nova Sol and the other books in the Brief History of Humankind trilogy are my attempt to establish a galactic myth. We humans used to think the sun revolved around the Earth. We used to think the Earth was flat. Or Hollow. Or surrounded by multiple spheres and their music. Of course, now we know that none of these are true. But where does that leave us? Science and exploration have put us smack dab on the edge (sort of) of the Milky Way. But what does that mean? How does humankind fit into the galactic schema? What is our purpose as a species? Do we have one or are we just randomly evolved meat-puppets?
Using the sci-fi adventure/space opera genre I have put forth my answer to those questions. Betrayals, discovery of ancient technology, a serial murderer turned hero, teleportation, nano-technology, old friends, new friends, lost hopes, sudden reversals, disembodies minds, bad recipes, government mishaps, planetary rebellions, a few sasquatches, couple of mad scientists, bad jokes, lost races, space giants and dragons can all be found in the trilogy.
Beware! The story is action-packed but circuitous and requires dedication. After all, it's a history of humankind. A future history. There's a lot of ground to cover.
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Video 1: NOVA SOL, A Brief History of Humankind, Questions
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