Generation 7

On the planet Delpe, 1300 human settlers, descended from a stranded starship crew, have been at war with the crucnon, the native insect creatures, for seven generations. When a flying female named Jaddig Qarte crashes in human territory she is befriended by Holly Jurjevics, Generation 7 Leader. Holly finds her a compassionate creature with high moral values, not the ruthless killer expected. More Info

Embrace the Fog

Travis Crichton and Jacey Roden’s weekend orienteering contest in a vintage Mark 4 Jaguar car becomes a journey through a belt of fog and into a strange village called The Valley that is not shown on any map. The people there appear to be living in the 1950s, a time when the car was new. Jacey realises that this is more than random misfortune and that they are caught up in something more sinister. More Info

Time Portal

Rhett and Shelley travel through a space-time portal where they are met by Dee, their twelve-year old daughter that they never knew existed. Dee is desperate for her brother, Corwin has been caught in a trap set by the girifa, reptilian equivalent of humanity. However, the enemy are not the girifa but humans living a parallel world from their ancestors’ time. But who is really in control? More Info

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

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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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