GRID Traveler Trinity
After searching the galaxy for centuries, The Most High Goddess found planet Necron, the origin of Magick. They also discovered Captain Sean Blakemore is one of a handful of humans with the ancient alien DNA that can unlock the planet's vast powers. If you like fast-paced space fight scenes, story arcs told episodically with nods to the great Space Opera writers, wonderful character development, then you'll love J Carrell Jones' fascinating world where ancient alien nano-technology is the force behind Magick, and the good guys really are good.
Sean Blakemore, Commander of the GRID Battlecruiser Reginald L Johnson, wallowed in self-loathing. He drank too much, suffered from depression, and swam in self-pity. He figured life could not suck any worse when he received new orders. He had to hand the Johnson over to another commanding officer. God hated him he thought.
Then . . . Dr. Loggar, head scientist in charge of this new mission, drew him into the semi-secret world of The Most High Goddess. She gave him hope.
GRID Traveler Trinity is a story of Sean's redemption, from rock bottom to discovering Humankind's true origins and possibly its inevitable future.
NOTE: Originally the series was named GRID Traveler Trilogy. This book includes books #1 - #3.
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If you like:
Dr. Who, Star Trek, Star Wars, Firefly, Forbidden Planet, Harry Potter, and Buck Rogers
"The portions that I enjoyed the most were the way fantasy and science fiction were combined--we had ages-old aliens who were both all-knowing and foolish. We had mad grabs for power from a variety of sources that made for fabulous scenic climaxes." - Brenda FULL GOODREADS REVIEW
"A lot of the characters were a lot of fun. Sean was wonderfully loyal and steadfast to his crew and I REALLY enjoyed some of the crew's quirks. I was especially fond of the constant running pools and the importance of food. Cookie was arguably the most important person on board." - Sadie Forsythe, GOODREADS REVIEW
". . . an extremely good first contact story, with well written characters, in a thrilling plot that kept the reader engaged in the book. . ." - Donald, Amazon