Goldin News Network: 3 new ebooks released
- Dear Friends,
Assault on the Gods cover <http://parsina.com/assault.html> Mindflight
cover <http://parsina.com/mindflight.html> The World Where Wishes Worked
Over the past couple of months, three more of my titles have appeared in
ebook editions--two science fiction novels and one fantasy vignette.
The first novel is Assault on the Gods
<http://parsina.com/assault.html>, which some people consider a sort of
feminist manifesto. Starship captain Ardeva Korrell is used to fighting
prejudice, both because she's a woman in what's normally a man's line of
work and because she's from a world with a misunderstood religion. But
now, on a trading mission to a backwater planet, she finds herself with
another kind of fight on her hands; she and her small crew must battle
an army of robots and defeat the tyrannical, god-like beings who have
enslaved the primitive native population. The task before them is
straightforward: to storm the gates of Heaven itself!
The second novel is Mindflight <http://parsina.com/mindflight.html>, a
science fiction espionage thriller. The government of Earth has one main
secret weapon in its cold war against its former colony
worlds--telepathic spies. But what even the spies don't know is that
once they reach their late thirties, they begin to develop strange
symptoms that leave them mentally and physically unstable. The Terran
Intelligence Agency routinely terminates these unstable telepaths to
keep them from threatening the stability of the project as a whole.
Alain Cheney is one of the best telepathic agents in the TIA's arsenal.
For 14 years he's been loyal and dependable. But now that he's showing
symptoms of the instability, the Agency decides to eliminate him--and
just when a secret development occurs that could change the future of
the inhabited galaxy.
To survive, Alain must find safety somewhere. But he can't trust his
enemies, and certainly not his friends....
The vignette is a fairy tale for adults called The World Where Wishes
Worked <http://parsina.com/wwww.html>. It's very short, but don't let
its length fool you--it packs a wallop out of all proportion to its
size. As one reader said, "if you want a fast, funny read, grab this one
immediately." I guarantee you'll remember it.
Stephen Goldin <http://stephengoldin.com>
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