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Prelude to Extinction When Jack Harrison Climbed Down The Short Ladder From The Airlock And Stepped Onto The Debris Covered Soil, The Ground Crackled With The Sound Of Dried Leaves And Twigs Warm Sunlight Shined Through His Helmet, Making Him Almost Forget The Decade He Just Spent Captaining Earth S First Ship To Another Star System The Serene Tropical Surroundings, Though, Stood In Stark Contrast To The Long Abandoned Structures That Lay Nearby Evidence Points To A Massacre The Systematic Extermination Of An Alien Colony Hundreds Of Millennia Ahead Of Humanity Time, However, Has Erased Any Trace Of The Attackers Jack And His Crew Barely Start Probing The Ruins Before Their Curiosity Betrays Them As An Abandoned Alien Device Cuts Them Off From Their Main Ship Lost And Short On Supplies, Survival Soon Becomes Their Only Goal Even Their Short Lived Rescue By An Alien Race, Who Themselves Are Under Siege, Offers Little Hope As They Struggle To Find A Way Home, Signs Begin Pointing To A Danger Darker Than Any They Could Have Foreseen Jack Knows That Playing It Safe May No Longer Be An Option But His Only Other Choice Is To Confront A Threat That They Don T Even Begin To Understand.


About the Author: Andreas Karpf

Andreas Karpf is an experimental physicist with a life long interest in the space program He enjoys a good space opera, but lives for the hard sci fi novel set in a plausible future that doesn t get weighed down by too much technology stories that take him for a ride and dream about what may lie ahead for humanity As an undergraduate, he earned a degree in Physics and Astronomy, and minored in



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