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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Science Fiction / Space Opera
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Nibiru
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:252
  • eBook ISBN:9781617920226

2013 Nibiru's Shadow

by Peter Donovan

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2013 Nibiru's Shadow is the continuation of Rachael's story.
2013 Nibiru's Shadow It has been two years since Nemesis destroyed life on earth. After beginning new lives on the small planet of Nibiru, Rachael Marks and the crew of the Emperor begin the long task of rebuilding the human race via the precious cargo of DNA they risked everything to preserve. But as the Olmec numbers dwindle, their gaze is once again drawn to earth's refugees, watching the crew as they celebrate the birth of the first children of Nibiru, with a selfish desire to rebuild their own race. The Olmec must be stopped before it is too late and humanity's fragile future is no more. And after Cheang's suspicious death on earth, the full extent of his deception is revealed in Earth's orbit, as China unveils its final secret, Saviour.
About the author
Peter Donovan was born in the beautiful and historic City of Bath, England in 1974. After moving around the United Kingdom, he finally emigrated to Melbourne, Australia in 2005 where he now lives with his wife Joanne and his two British Blue cats, Cobalt and Sapphire. Peter has worked as an Aircraft Engineer and a Power Station Operator. He has always been interested in science, both fact and fiction. From an early age he remembers pulling things to pieces and trying to improve them driving his mother and father to distraction; only later in life learning how things went back together again! Peter's wife of eleven years, has listened to many weird and wonderful ideas from Peter that he thought would make a good story. Eventually her comment, "For Christ's sake stop talking about it and write it!" gave Peter the nudge he needed to actualize his thoughts. Not knowing where to start, Peter embraced the challenge:"Even writing a short biography at thirty-five isn't easy, when you've just started living and there is so much of this world and others still to see."