For the first time in the history of writing, the manuscript - The Orb, the Link and the Library - was launched into space by an extraordinary spaceflight company and brought back to Earth for its readers.
Launching this three-part series into space was done to light a spark in the minds of the readers of this story--those who love an epic journey and possess a thirst for discovery, intrigue and adventure in a space-based science fiction. To ignite that spark the author shares with his readers a piece of space history as they read the manuscript or digital text of the story that first made this captivating flight into near-Earth space. Read more at D. M. Rosewood's website.
The Visitors came to observe...
...they returned taking part of Anastasia with them.
Propelled by one revelation after another, The Orb, the Link and the Libraryis a suspense-filled science fiction, mystery and adventure story of sixteen-year-old Anastasia and her engagement with a powerful alien race known as the Visitors--an engagement filled with intrigue and change, the human kind of change and the not so human kind.
Part 1, Sanctuary's Quest is the beginning of Anna's epic journey. Drawn in by the excitement of her discovery of an ancient alien artifact known as the Orb, she experiences the frightening extraterrestrial process of absorption and the extraordinary abilities it brings. She learns from the Orb that she has been chosen by the Visitors to undertake a mysterious quest.
Guided by fate, or something more ominous, Anna discovers the vastly more powerful Visitor artifact known as the Link. The Link shows her the future of mankind, but it is not a future anyone would want to experience, nor one that anyone is likely to survive. What she learns from the Link and what it does to her changes Anna's life forever as she develops a mysterious and overwhelming confidence to pursue a quest she is absolutely certain she cannot achieve.
Pursued and threatened by the Visitors and by NASA and enticed by the love of her best friend, Anna must overcome the Visitors' manipulation of her thoughts, thoughts so real that it is almost impossible to distinguish her own reality from the fictional reality they create. As Anna fights with the hostile minds attempting to take control of her, she is pulled ever closer to the alien society she struggles to understand--a society that has a hidden message for Earth.
Don't miss out on being the first to read this fascinating story of - The Orb, The Link & The Library - the first novel flown into space for its readers.
Rosewood, who's friends call "D," is a passionate writer of science fiction and a seasoned creative scientist, engineer and entrepreneur who worked in numerous space and missile programs supporting the Air Force and NASA space launch activities. He has an eclectic appetite for everything interesting, having ground a six-inch primary mirror from scratch and used it to build his first telescope at the age of 15. He has sky-dived, scuba-dived, parasailed, been a spelunker, climbed mountains, traveled on the Great Wall of China, flown airplanes, sailed a Flying Dutchman, and built a Heathkit H89 computer, a six-foot Tesla coil, and a cloud chamber in his basement in his younger years. And, since the author couldn't fly into space, he managed to obtain the support of an extraordinary spaceflight company to launch his manuscripts into space and bring them back to Earth for his readers enjoyment. www.dmrosewood.com "Watching 'ignition and lift off' was like lighting a spark for my readers," Rosewood said, one he hopes will ignite the interest of his readers in space exploration and space travel. "Holding a space-based science fiction novel in your hands that has flown into space is just something special," Rosewood said following the launch of his manuscripts on a sunny day in 2017.