The Omnibus Edition of The Northern Star science fiction saga includes The Beginning, which Examiner hailed as “One of The Top 5 Indie-Published Books You Haven’t Read, But Should,” Civil War, which the Midwest Book Review stated was “military sci-fi and futuristic cyber-reality at its best,” and the just released final novel, The End, which Portland Book Review said was “extremely well-written . . . a fantastic book to read.”
2058. As superpowers squabble over the remaining oil, and civilization limps on in a virtual universe, a cunning and ruthless genius uses the digital connectivity of our world to manipulate governments, subliminally sway the masses––and even kill––in his quest for immortality.
The first bionic soldier – now mentally broken, a prodigy hacker abused as a weapon, a psychopath seeking redemption, and the CEO who created the cyber universe––and unwittingly––the means to rule both, are all that stands in his way.
“A truly disturbing book that also somehow manages to be hard to put down, THE NORTHERN STAR: THE BEGINNING has a solid story with good characters, and so much suspense, both plot-suspense and moral suspense, that it reveals itself as something far more cerebral than any giant-fighting-robots story generally ever is.” –IndieReader.com
“Prepare to be afraid. Be very afraid. Because even seasoned science fiction readers well versed in stories of military conflict and cyber-futures will enjoy something different in The Northern Star: Civil War . . . . With its cornerstone foundations rooted in perceptions and patterns of modern times, it’s military sci-fi and futuristic cyber-reality at its best.” –D. Donovan, eBook Reviewer. Midwest Book Review
“[The Northern Star: The End] is harsh, critical and doesn’t pull any punches . . . a great way to end a fantastic trilogy.” –Bartleby’s Book Reviews.