Cerebral Sci-Fi with an emphasis on the ‘Sci’. If you enjoy Hard Sci-Fi, complex Space Opera, and authors such as Iain M. Banks, Alastair Reynolds and Dan Simmons, then this is for you.
- ‘superb job world building and character development.’ – Bookbub reviewer
- ‘Another excellent standalone... we have the pleasure to meet yet more intriguing species/entities… twisty reveals can happen unexpectedly. If you're into the more "science" part of "scifi", this author is for you!’ – Bookbub reviewer
- ‘fun and unique story in the Wanderer Universe, this time with a glimpse into a distinctly alien, yet all-too human, civilization’ – Goodreads reviewer
- ‘What a neat story! This author is so creative with all these different worlds and alien species. It was really cool to get to see the details of life on one of these worlds for one small species. If you liked the Gil's world series, you will definitely enjoy this book as well.’ – Goodreads reviewer
Fractured Carapace - A standalone novel from the Wanderer Universe.
A standalone novel from the Wanderer Universe.
It was there, and then it wasn't.
How does an entire star system vanish?
The Chitchi were forced to start again.
300 years ago, the brilliant Krasna established her research c'hub on the unclaimed water-world of Prebis. Chiotechnology may have its flaws, but finally, her ferinon experiments seem to be going somewhere. Unfortunately, her increasingly bizarre behaviour and strange references to the past begin to worry her subordinates. Meanwhile, rumours circulate the c'hub of a fascinating, new fast travel technology that is being gifted to the galactic community by the Ascended Biologicals.
Chathindi studies the insectoid Risers – non-sentients, native to Prebis, that eject from the ocean to join the living blanket encompassing the world – and grows increasingly convinced they are more than they appear. Just who is observing who?