Colonial Prime: Humanity by Kevin L. Nielsen

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Colonial Prime: Humanity by Kevin L. NielsenColonial Prime: Humanity
Author: Kevin L. Nielsen
Genres: YA Science Fiction
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 168
Date: February 6, 2018
Publisher: Immortal Works Press

Captain Amara Corrin, hero of the late Solar Wars, commands the first colonial fleet. Full of hopeful dreamers looking for a new home, world-weary ex-soldiers, and those just seeking escape; five ships set out from Earth with the hopes of humanity behind them. But Amara soon finds herself with more trouble than she can handle. The Council, Earth’s new governing body, has saddled her with their political rivals, exiling them to a place where they can do no harm.

Struggling to find balance, Amara appoints a fresh-faced first officer with a hidden past, Nathan Esquina, as she fights to keep her son, Jaelyn, free of the political machinations of those aboard the ship who would destroy their fragile peace. When a message from Earth alerts them that The Council has fallen, Amara, Nathan, and Jaelyn find themselves in a pitched battle where a single mistake could end not only their own lives, but those of every person aboard their colonial fleet.


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About Kevin L. Nielsen

Kevin L. Nielsen’s journey into writing began in the 6th grade when an oft-frustrated librarian told him there simply wasn’t enough money in the budget to buy any more books. She politely suggested he write his own. His teacher at the time also challenged him to read the Illiad by the end of the year (which he did). Kevin has been writing ever since (and invading libraries and bookstores everywhere).

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