The UEAS Daube has returned after making mankind’s first contact with an alien race. But what they brought with them was unlike anything anyone ever expected. With the newly acquired technologies to go almost anywhere and be almost anything, the effects may very well cause the dawn of a new age or it could be the beginning of the end for humanity.
The Farthest Star series follows a few special individuals whose desire to be themselves no matter what others might think, has led them down a path that will change the lives of many with consequences reaching farther than anyone could have ever guessed.
|Farthest Star Book 0.5|
Forty years later, the UEAS Danube sits disabled and adrift before a new and powerful alien race, the Mendians. For the moment they appear benevolent, and promise humanity a pathway to the stars themselves, asking for only a few small concessions in return…
While Major Beverly Nicolleti negotiates the Treaty of Gates aboard the Danube, those back on Earth debate whether or not this is the door way to hell itself.
|Farthest Star Book 1|
Joyce can’t wait to be one of the first human-animal hybrids, Morphics, no matter what society thinks. John is supportive but worried about the risks and the stigma. Neither has any idea their choices are in the center of a brewing storm that will decide the fate of all mankind.
Not everyone thinks the Mendians and their technologies are as benevolent as they seem, and the new Earth First movement fears those corrupted by The Path the most. They will stop at nothing and go through anyone to see the first treaty with an alien race ripped to shreds. Even if it could start a war humanity can’t win.
|Farthest Star Book 2|
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World after world has been found but no other intelligent life. Mankind stands seemingly alone in the Universe with the Mendians, a race at least a thousand years ahead and content to lurk as a mystery on the edges of the treaty negotiated ten years ago.
Finally, out of the dark, after years of silence, a message arrives. And with it, an opportunity the UEA can’t pass up, but as always, it comes with compromises, concessions, that may tear the fragile seams holding the global society together to sunders in the process.
Rise of the Forgotten
|Farthest Star Book 3|
It always seemed to start with a message from the Mendians.
The communique was simple, no flourshing language, no diplomatic overtones, a statement more than anything.
“It is time to fulfil the treaty of Light. The great revelation will be unveiled soon.”