Thulsa’s Gate by Robert James Schultz

October 27, 2014 | 1 Comment
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ThulsasGate1945: A World War II bomber mysteriously disappears in a storm. The wreckage was never found. All aboard presumed dead.

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Britten Garrett and fellow members of his salvage company get more than they bargained for when they search for a World War II bomber that went down in 1945 during a freak storm over the Teton Mountains in Wyoming and Idaho.

Stumbling through an inter-dimensional portal, they find themselves struggling for survival on an alien planet.

The salvage crew must fight their way back home to their own planet and time before the storm that brought them to this alien world is gone.

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Title: Thulsa’s Gate

Author: Robert James Schultz

Publisher: RJS Publishing

Release Date: October 10, 2014

ISBN: 978-0996044806

Formats: 600 pages, 6×9, softcover;hardcover;  e-book

Genre: Science Fiction

 



One response to “Thulsa’s Gate by Robert James Schultz

  1. Cathy

    I love the story line and got very attached to the characters, especially Bryan. The different creatures were so imaginative and the author painted a very good picture of the setting. I was trekking through the mountains right along with our hero band.

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