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Paperback Book Details
  • 09/2015
  • 9781491771549
  • 232 pages
  • $15.95
Hardcover Book Details
  • 09/2015
  • 9781491771556
  • 232 pages
  • $25.95
Daniel Hunt
Author
The Eclipsing of Sirus C: A Dryden Universe Novel
Major Jean Joyce's estranged brother, Rafe, is a talented hacker and a deserter from the Federation Marines-and the penalty for desertion is death. But the Federation's intelligence agency has other plans for the wayward marine. The Bureau of Intelligence and Insurgency sends a team led by the major to find her brother and recruit him, offering a full pardon in the bargain. Among them are a devious BII operative named Danner Tomblin; Akemi Murakami, a beautiful and brilliant technician; and naval pilot Captain Mike Estury. The group's orders are to steal ancient technology by hacking into an alien supercomputer, and Rafe, working with the rest of the team, has the necessary skills to do so. But there is something dangerous lurking in the heart of the computer that will threaten not only the lives of the team but those of all life, everywhere.
Reviews
Manhattan Book Review

The Eclipsing of Sirus C is a true science fiction novel. Hunt does an excellent job of creating and describing a futuristic world that will not only entertain audiences but draw them into the story. The main character, Jean Joyce, is a female character that is both strong and commanding, as well as vulnerable and compassionate. This will appeal to female Science Fiction fans. The story is fast paced, which adds to the story’s appeal; however, it does not slow down as it ends, which causes the conclusion of the story and any loose ends to conclude almost too quickly. Overall, Hunt has created a Science Fiction world that should be visited!”

San Francisco Book Review

“Then the delightful twist… a fun book to read, with good balance between the various elements needed for science, plot and story.”

Formats
Paperback Book Details
  • 09/2015
  • 9781491771549
  • 232 pages
  • $15.95
Hardcover Book Details
  • 09/2015
  • 9781491771556
  • 232 pages
  • $25.95

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