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Parallel Encounters - Salvage


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Parallel Encounters - Salvage by MR David Scott Fields II
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The race is on! The Prism's Echo has unlocked an endless expanse of alternate realities for Scotty and the Starananians, but the question remains - do those parallel universes cease to exist the instant the book's ancient cover is snapped shut? That's a question Emperor Scotty can't seem to shake, and the fate of his friends in the Nazi controlled universe weighs heavily on his mind. He and Gloria ponder what might have happened to the rebels, and their imaginings are nothing short of extraordinary. Four tense, but quiet years have passed for the rebels since they captured the Nazi Space Port, and Captain Brooks wonders when the inevitable retaliation will come. As the station's supplies and energy draw near to total depletion, hope comes in the form of a mysterious and evidently abandoned alien spacecraft floating dead in space. Called the Rimcha, Brooks hopes to salvage the alien vessel and incorporate its resources into those of the rebellion. But there's a problem; the Nazis have spotted the alien ship too, and now the race is on to see who will capture the vessel first. If it's the rebellion, Earth may finally be liberated, but if it's the Nazis, any hope of further resistance may be crushed forever.

Author Biography

David "Scott" Fields II was raised in the farming community of Prineville, Oregon. It was here during long summer walks that Scott discovered his love of storytelling. He would spend these walks making up stories that he would then relate to his friends and family. Drawing his inspiration from such authors as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Rudyard Kipling, countless stories soon made their way into written form. The crowning achievement of these was his Chronicles of the Imagination series. Scott describes the beginning of Chronicles of the Imagination saying, "It all began one day on the fourth grade playground at Ochoco Elementary School under what I called the elephant tree. Bored that day and with no friends around, I created the character Sparkey Moonbeam, a young bear cub from the icy planet Staranana. From there, Staranana took on a life of its own. Recesses from that point on would often take my friends and me to Staranana for great adventures. For me, it was non-stop fun and imagination. Eventually though, I became too old for make-believe, but the idea of Staranana never died. I knew it was time for my beloved ice-planet to exist in another form, and so I wrote my first full length novel, Chronicles of the Imagination: Staranana." In homage to those early games, Staranana and the novels to follow include all the original characters Scott created as a child - Sparkey Moonbeam, Lizard Face, etc. - and a version of Scott himself is featured with the nickname "Scotty." Even several of Scott's family and friends will encounter versions of themselves in the novel. Says Scott, "I could have changed the names of all the characters, and including myself as a main character was something I thought long and hard about, but in the end it just did not seem right to change anything. I wanted to preserve Staranana as it was, and I am glad I did." Scott's first novel, Staranana, was published in 2008 by Thrive Christian Press, followed thereafter by the novels Lizard Face, Nana-Old Testament, Nana-New Testament and now Parallel Encounters. As a Bible-believing Christian, Scott has written his books for the glory of God, and every book in his series has a gospel centered theme. When asked about his future as a writer, Scott says, "When I get to be 99 I'll think about stopping...maybe."
Release date Australia
December 25th, 2014
Illustrations, black and white
Thrive Christian Press
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