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Eternal Horizon: A Star Saga
 Eternal Horizon: A Star Saga
 Science Fiction
 0615306772 9780615306773
  Vincent Saturn is a young federal agent who’s bored with his life and yearns for adventure. But when he makes contact with an alien whose ship crashes on Earth, Vincent gets more than he bargained for… Follow Vincent on his quest as he wakes up on a different world and joins a colorful band of characters seeking to overthrow a regime that controls the entire galaxy. As he struggles to find his way home, Vincent slowly begins to realize that the fate of our world rests on his shoulders and that his contact with the alien might have given him superpowers… Eternal Horizon incorporates sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book elements to bring you the very first “novel-encyclopedia.” Aside from having a powerful tale that will take you beyond stars, Eternal Horizon has more than 80 illustrations that include character profiles, diagrams of every starship, tank, robot, soldier armament, and scenic chapter openers. Visit WWW.ETERNALHORIZON.NET to learn more.
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Author:  David Roman