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  • Paperback: 234 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (10 July 2012)
  • ISBN-10: 1477479139
  • ISBN-13: 978-1477479131
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.3 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,847,913 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Adrian lives in North Yorkshire, England, with his wife Cheti and their cat Mia. He started out his working life as a mechanical engineer, manufacturing prototypes for research projects. However, he always had a passion for computer programming and soon jumped ship to change careers. He has now been working in IT for over twenty-five years, writing and designing software solutions.

He has always been a fan of science fiction adventure and space travel, and dipped his toe into the vast ocean of writing science fiction many years ago. The book, The Aurora, then laid unfinished until 2010, when upon the loss of something very dear to him, he needed to lose himself in another world, and so channelled his energy and creative thoughts into finally completing it. The second book in the Aurora Saga, Immortality for life, was published in July 2012 and the third book, Kalrea's Legacy, in 2014.

You can also reach him by email at: adrian.fulcher@btinternet.com

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 19 Jan. 2014
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I read Aurora and loved the writer's style and narrative and the story so much that I immediately bought the second book which I enjoyed as much as the first. I'm really looking forward to reading more from this author.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By x19 on 27 Jun. 2014
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Enjoyed this book it dragged in me in and I looked forward to reading it. I'm waiting for book.
A good intro to sci fi
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Simon Skinner on 5 Mar. 2014
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This is Another Great story ,it continues with the story from the first book. Kalrea has to make some hard choices.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A great Young-Adult Space Opera Yarn, but... 6 Jan. 2014
By Tom Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a good story with a number of interesting characters who work their way through solving a number problems. While problems were generally dealt with summarily, there were just enough of them with the right complexity to make things interesting, with several tense moments. Unfortunately, it is very lite on the science and much of that is not explained and does not seem to be intended to be plausible. It simply makes the story arc work.

I was kind of hoping that this story would be a sequel to the first one, but there are only a couple of anecdotal references to it. That does make the story standalone, as in "The Continuing Adventures Of The Aurora".

Once again, I am disappointed with the several dozen typos, incorrect word use, accidental character switches, etc. Adrian would be a really good author if he could beef up the science a bit and get someone familiar with the genre to proofread the tomes prior to publishing.

Some sample issues:

A sound may be deafening, but is not (generally) deathening. Likewise, if someone ignores your question, you don't ask if they are death, you ask if they are deaf.

You should bring your arms to bear, not to bare.

He leaned on the console, he had not "lent" on it.

A massive planet is in the Saturn/Jupiter range, not the size of the Earth's moon.

If your ship is breaking up and exposed to space while falling into the sun, the air will not be hot, it will escape into the vacuum. You will die unless action is taken immediately.

A suspended animation box that prevents healing makes sense, as body processes can not work. That same box allowed you to "sleep" without aging. But, sleeping is a "healing" process whereby toxins are gathered for elimination; bone, muscle and other tissues regenerate; and very importantly, the brain consolidates memories for long-term storage and builds new pathways. So if you were exhausted and "slept" in one of these boxes, you would "wake" up exhausted as well, since body process were suspended, according to the author.

It would be good to explain how the soul/life-force of one organic species can make another organic species "immortal", since that is a key element of the story.

Immortality is tough, so when you describe an immortal as being injured and quickly regenerating, it is a logical extension that you could decapitate or otherwise shred this person, or perhaps subject them to high heat, incinerating radiation, etc., since the person was already documented as being "damageable".

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Lots of fun! 22 Mar. 2013
By Hard Sci-Fi Guy - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this book. The action takes place on a space station overlooking a ruined planet. The main male character (Zoren) is inexperienced in the ways of the universe but the main female character (Kalrea), who is a very likable and strong character, shows him the way. Lots of fun to read.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great follow up go the original story Aurora 21 Mar. 2013
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I enjoyed reading this story and am sorry it's finished. I liked the plot and the characters. Both were developed well. The story wasn't what I expected, and I enjoyed the plot twists. I also loved leaving the story with a feel good feeling. A recommended read.
a solid science fiction novel 23 May 2014
By David Aylesworth - Published on Amazon.com
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Good character development. Story line was smooth and even though the plot was basic, it still keeps the reader engaged.
Immortality for Life (Aurora Saga) 10 May 2014
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Immortality for Life (Aurora Saga)

I read the aurora saga and really liked it but I liked (loved) this one even better. The ship and Kalrea are the only carry overs from the first book. am eagerly awaiting the next installment of the aurora saga. These books both can be read as stand alone books. they are not really series type books.
The plot and characters in this book were very good.
When i started reading this just could not put it down. I think i read it in 3 days!
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