Welcome to the universe after we conquer the urge to blow it all up.
It's the sort of utopia we all dream of.
Almost, if it contained a probability calculator and teams of well-meaning assistants and assassins.
Even a universe at peace is a dangerous place.
Physics Professor Antino Klept is missing. His latest experiment may put the Andromeda and Milky Way galaxies on a collision course (currently a 38.2% probability).
Meanwhile a primitive planet in contact quarantine has started using advanced comms technology. Not what we expect from a planet with only a medieval civilization.
Allor found a crashed spaceship a long time ago. It's taken him years to understand just a fraction of the technology he recovered. But his persistence has paid off.
He heals the sick with alien technology.
He flies across the sky as if by magic.
He even has an interstellar drive but believes it is a weapon.
Allor is on the cusp of uniting Earth Seven under his rule. But the cost could be high.
How many would you kill to end all war?
Rookie Field Historian Koven Modi is sent to investigate.
Koven isn't the best person for the job.
He's the only one left.
Everyone else is looking for Prof. Klept.
Can Koven recover the lost technology?
Will Allor finally end centuries of war?
If you like satire and thought-provoking alternatives, join the thousands of Earthlings that have discovered these misadventures in a mostly peaceful universe.
Get your copy of Earth Seven now before your planet self-destructs.
(currently a 63.82% probability)
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Earth Seven by Steve M
BRILLIANT. If anyone deserves a review Steve M does for Earth Seven. I never read sci fi and to have read this book of sci fi first, well, indeed I was very very surprised and happily so, to be introduced to sci fi with Earth Seven. I was overwhelmed with the artistry woven into a superb story in this book which held my rapt attention throughout the entire book. HUGE book, just HUGE, and as I said in the beginning...BRILLIANT. But then written by a brilliant and VERY talented Author. A MUST READ.