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Starman #6: Doomsday Horizon

by Michael D. Cooper

 

What started out as a peaceful, relaxing camping trip turned into a pivotal moment in the future of civilization when Starmen David Foster, Mark Seaton and Joe Taylor vanished from the wilderness of Montana. The forces of Earth searched for the missing Starmen in vain: they were lost without a trace, and no one even knew who had taken them or why. Earth had no way of knowing that the Starmen had been placed well outside her reach, and were about to be used in a gamble to change the course of the future.

Earth’s allies feared the worst, but the truth was far more devastating than they could have imagined. Unknown to all, titanic forces had been amassed in the depths of space, and the safety of all life in the Solar System rested completely on the actions of the famous three Starmen as they faced the most dangerous and important mission of their lives. Yet, despite their best efforts, doomsday awaited the Starmen at every turn – it seemed that nothing they could do could prevent their worst nightmares from coming true…

In the gripping sequel to The Lost Race of Mars, the Starmen race to discern fantasy from reality, and what can be changed from what cannot. The only weapons that can help them are wisdom and courage, and there is no room for the slightest mistake.

 


DOOMSDAY HORIZON begins the second half of Starman Series with a tense, action-packed drama that is filled with plot twists and major surprises. The book, which is 160 pages long and has nearly 55,000 words, is a worthy successor to the action-packed fifth Starman book, The Lost Race of Mars.

 

Sample: You can view an except from the story by clicking here

 

Hardbound Edition: You can get the hardback edition for $18.75 plus S/H from our publisher, AuthorHouse. The book is also available on all major online bookstores (such as www.BarnesAndNoble.com) and it can be ordered through real-world bookstores as well. It should be noted that this book is not the same size as books two through five: it measures 9 inches high and 6 inches wide, making it a good bit larger than the standard series book size.

To order the book through your local bookstore, tell them that you want Doomsday Horizon by Michael D Cooper, ISBN 1-4140-0029-4.

 

Paperback Edition: You can get the paperback edition for $11.25 plus S/H from our publisher, AuthorHouse. The paperback is also available on all major online bookstores (such as www.BarnesAndNoble.com) and it can be ordered through real-world bookstores as well. It should be noted that this book is not the same size as books two through five: it measures 9 inches high and 6 inches wide, making it a good bit larger than the standard series book size.

To order the book through your local bookstore, tell them that you want Doomsday Horizon by Michael D Cooper, ISBN 1-4140-0029-4.

 

E-Text Edition: This book is available as an e-text exclusively through our publisher, AuthorHouse. The cost of the e-text is $3.95.

© 2005 by David Baumann, Jonathan Cooper, Mike Dodd. All rights reserved. Page last updated: 11/24/2005