Transmigration

Four humans find themselves in a village without knowledge of where they come from or who they are. Memories of a war and a different life flash into their minds that are unrelated to their lives … that is until they meet a farmer who isn’t even human. A bombed out city is on the other side of the hills is reached though a railway tunnel. However, the city was destroyed a millennium before. More Info

Anu Factor

Anu is the last Blue, an advanced humanoid race living in an hallucinatory world that works well. This is until a car accident causes Talbot to discover that his real existence is an empty, derelict township. Also, the dozens of friends and acquaintances he interacts with don’t exist. Anu and a pregnant Erin are the only real people in the town. But where is the man who impregnated Erin? More Info

Armlet

The armlet Kolina is given by her dying grandmother has been handed down through her family for countess generations.The armlet connects her to Eboff, a computer with news that she is the descendant of a starship crew that crashed on the planet a millennium before. All the armlet bearers are needed to use technology to stop the the impending nuclear holocaust. But is it already too late? More Info

Omega Seed

The search is over. Computers aboard Starship Omega find a planet that can support humanoid life. It is over populated, polluted and has another problem; forty eight percent of the human population are males, well beyond that needed to maintain the sperm banks. It is time to prepare and awaken Pazz. Alone, with only an armlet computer for company, Pazz lands in the Australian desert. More Info

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About Ross

Ross Richdale is a New Zealand author of over 40 novels, both science fiction and contemporary that are sold as ebooks at all the major outlets.

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