Book: The Milk Run by Michael Brachmancategories: Book, Action, Adventure, Humor, Romance, Aliens, Science Fiction
Michael Brachmanabout this book: The Milk Run is a hard science fiction adventure, filled with action and a hint of humor. It even has little green men! Join Aason Bierak as he searches our universe and the next for his younger sister who has been kidnapped by creatures made only of light.
This novel takes place in the same universe as the Rome's Revolution trilogy but 17 years after Rome's Evolution. Aason and his sister Lupe are testing out the Null Fold X-drive, a revolutionary star-drive, which has the potential to open up the entire galaxy. But no sooner do they activate the X-drive when Lupe is plucked right out of their starship's cabin and taken to an unknown location. Aason's only clue to her whereabouts are the last three words Lupe spoke: New to Lupe.
During his search, Aason is assaulted by man-eating creatures, hostile colonists, walking-talking plant people and a bodiless entity named Molokai that thinks it is a god. As one reviewer wrote: "This book goes well beyond simply telling a science fiction story when it tackles the daunting task of exploring spirituality from an innovative, creative and even ground-breaking perspective."
If you like science fiction or even just action and adventure, this book is for you. It is now available in paperback, e-book and for the first time as an audiobook.
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