Two Hundred Years After The Great Migration and Colonization Project...
Not Everyone is Content
New Europa - Humanity's Saga
The New Europa Trilogy
Can life maintain its tranquility in a sealed colony of just over 50,000 after 200 years? Residents have never seen outside the walls and domes, many alive never will. Terraforming may make it possible for the younger generations, but some have tied of waiting, grown discontent with colony life, and have turned to conspiracy theories and sabotage. Truth seekers or terrorists?
Gift Ojo, a 26-year-old full of joy and innocence, is forced to trade her peaceful life for one of chaos. Will she rise to the challenge of protecting her colony despite accusations of her being one of the very saboteurs she must stop? Her faith in her friends, in mankind, is about to tested by unimageable circumstances as her world gets turned upside-down to save the status quo. But should she?
What one reader said of book one, Colony's Dawn...
I was impressed with this book and definitely recommend it to Science Fiction lovers. The story is well written. The word choices are excellent. They demonstrate the richness and diversity of the English language, and the author's familiarity with human quirkiness. They also reveal the author's knowledge of computer systems, and make the technical details plausible even if the reader is unfamiliar with them. The anticipation of the next events makes the story exciting and suspenseful. The author seems to have a grasp of women's feelings and sensitivities which is very touching. He captures the emotions of the characters in a very realistic way. I look forward to reading the 2nd book of the trilogy. Kudos to this first time author!