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The Devolution Chronicles: Passage to Niburu

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Pursuing a fanatical assassin, Commander Zacary Ryker crash-lands on the rouge planet of Niburu in the middle of an alien war. Only one thing stands between his revenge and annihilation; a mutant species called the Chimera. Facing extinction, they are forced to discover the truths that will determine if they are destined to survive on the mysterious planet of Niburu - and ...more
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Published December 9th 2010 by Gary Wayne Clark, via Smashwords
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Paul Kater
Nov 19, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Passage to Niburu is the first book of a set of two. The story starts on Earth, with a number of very strange and apparently unrelated abductions. All the abductees are brought together and blasted into space, on the way to a moon station. When they are threatened by a missile, things become precarious for the crew of the moon-shuttle and interesting for the reader. A lieutenant who is not who he claims to be is a bonus to the perils of the people on board.

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Gary Clark
Jan 07, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This book is a fast paced adventure where an unlikely band of humans escape apocalyptic devastation on Earth only to crash land on the mysterious planet of Niburu… in the middle of an alien war. Interesting characters (a mind reading wolf-dog and his teenage femme fatal assassin partner, a foul mouthed disgraced fighter pilot and his wisecracking robotic copilot, a genetic scientist with a broken ethical compass and a nerdy teenage college professor that invents all manner of bizarre gadgets) ar ...more
Clarkjem
Mar 11, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very entertaining! I loved the ensemble cast and story lines of different groups of characters which are woven together. There's humour, adventure, romance, as well as a mix of fantastic yet realistic science with Native American mythology. It all leaves me wanting to know what happens next, so I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
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I'm a novelist, poet and Grammy® Recording Academy Artist, but a storyteller at heart. My works include the Sci-Fi series "The Devolution Chronicles", critically acclaimed Soundtracks and the Poetry / Photography series "High Country Haiku", and my latest best selling mystery thriller "Dead Balance". When I'm not recording with my Indie band Earamas™ or traveling among Native Americans to swap sto ...more
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