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Adrift on the Sea of Rains (Apollo Quartet Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Ian Sales
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"one of the most outstanding self-published books of the year" --The Guardian

"scrupulously researched, written with an expert blend of technical precision, descriptive vividness and emotional penetration" --Adam Roberts

"this is probably the best piece of science fiction I've read so far this year" --Lavie Tidhar

"scrupulously researched, written with an expert blend of technical precision, descriptive vividness and emotional penetration" --Adam Roberts

"this is probably the best piece of science fiction I've read so far this year" --Lavie Tidhar

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WINNER OF THE BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION AWARD. A nuclear war has killed everyone on Earth, leaving stranded on the Moon nine astronauts at Falcon Base. With them they have a "torsion field generator", a mysterious device which they hope will find them an alternate Earth which has not succumbed to nuclear armageddon. But once they've found such an Earth, how will they make the trip home? They have one Lunar Module, and that can only carry four astronauts to lunar orbit...

About the Author

Ian Sales has been published in Postscripts, Jupiter, Alt Hist and the anthologies Catastrophia (PS Publishing), Vivisepulture (Anarchy Books), The Monster Book for Girls (theExagerratedpress) and Where Are We going? (Eibonvale Press). He edited the anthology Rocket Science from Mutation Press.
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