Two Hundred Years After The Great Migration and Colonization Project...
Not Everyone is Content
New Europa - Humanity's Saga
The New Europa Trilogy
Set 200 years into life in a colony on Mars where residents have never seen beyond the walls and domes. They are waiting for the terraforming project to make it possible to go outside. This is a story about people and their lives in such a controlled microenvironment. Some of those embracing it with optimism and joy while others have become disgruntled, looking to conspiracy theories that lead to sabotage and worse.
The focal character is Gift Ojo, a 26-year-old with the joy and innocence of an adolescent. A Nigerian-Italian living in a colony where life is purposefully kept simple, and Gen-Maturity comes for most at about 30. Friends and family are the spark of her life, and she loves her life. Circumstance places her on a path, the hero’s journey you might say, to protect those she loves while desperate to maintain her values and virtues. She must go from everyday person to something more to face previously unimaginable challenges and save her colony.
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!