Today’s Kindle Daily Deals and a deal on the stellar Earthman Jack vs. The Ghost Planet: An Epic Science Fiction Adventure (Earthman Jack Space Saga Book 1) by Matthew Kadish! 99 cents for a short time!
Jack Finnegan only has to worry about dealing with school bullies, suffering through detention with his homeroom teacher, and getting noticed by the girl of his dreams… at least until an army of evil aliens invade Earth. Suddenly, this teenage slacker finds himself at the center of a galaxy-spanning conflict – where the lives of everyone on the planet are in jeopardy, soldiers use Quantum Physics to become superheroes, and the enemy uses some mysterious form of magic to make themselves practically unstoppable.
The secret to ending the conflict and saving the universe may lie in a powerful ancient spaceship, which it seems can only be flown by Earthmen. Now, Jack and a rag-tag group of allies must overcome impossible odds, defeat an unkillable enemy, rescue the princess of the galaxy, and save the universe from a threat more terrifying than any it has ever faced.
Can this underachiever rise to the occasion and become the hero Earth needs? The fate of all life in the galaxy may rest in his hands.
5-star Amazon reviews:
“At $1 this is a steal. An exceptional 1st book from a new author. A very well crafted story that keeps getting better and better. Some might be tempted to classify it as teen fiction, but I dont. Its more a classical sci-fi tale where the protagonist just happens to be a teen. From the authors notes it sounds like we will get to see Jack mature over many more books. The writing is clean, brisk and witty. I find no fault with its editing. ”
“This is an excellent book that keeps you wanting more. It is packed full of action and excitement and ended up being a very quick read. It also has great character development where I found myself really rooting for the main characters and rooting against the villains! The author’s imagination when it comes to the space travel technology is so realistic that I had a hard time determining if it was real or imagined! The book is in the Young Adult genre, but I think the story and the writing style will appeal to all age groups like the Harry Potter series. ”