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Book 1 of "The Nemo Paradox"


More than fifty years after Captain Nemo sank into a watery grave -
Two decades after the last Martian Invader fell to pestilence -
Earth is ready to avenge her orphaned children.


Born to fly: The starship Thunder Child's Fury is the child of Nemo's ingenuity and Martian cunning. After a disastrous maiden voyage, can she sail the solar winds to Mar
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Paperback, First Edition, 311 pages
Published August 15th 2015 by Twin Cedars Enterprises (first published August 14th 2015)
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Hákon Gunnarsson
Oct 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
I won this book in a goodreads giveaway and would like to thank the author for my autographed copy. The reason why I entered the giveaways was that I'm interested in The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells, and books that are somehow related to that classic. 20 Million Leagues Over the Sea is a sequel to TWotW.

I have read a few of those, but this is among my favorite sequels so far. It is a steampunk novel that uses works by Wells and Jules Verne into it's world building, and they fit quite well tog
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Sandi Faulconbridge
What a fantastic read. I got to the end, and all I could think was .... Nooooooooo it can't end now!!!!!

I love the concept of this book. Sci-fi and Steampunk (with a bit of mystery, suspense & espionage thrown in) based on one of our much lived classics - 20 Thousand Leagues Under The Sea. Brilliantly done. A completely new and unique story that relates/includes snippets of the classic, has a good amount of scientific story-line, and makes us dream of travelling to The Red Planet ourselves.
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K.S. Daniels
Oct 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I had the amazing pleasure of beta reading this novel. I'm an English Instructor and teach both British lit and Science Fiction. So, a book that picks up where H.G. Wells leaves off with War of the Worlds and mixes in elements from Jules Verne was a dream come true. The story is well-paced, the characters are exciting, yet relatable, and the protagonist is a bad ass woman who is not caught up in many of the tropes we find with female characters in SF. If this is ever made into a movie, and it de ...more
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Shelves: science-fiction
Fun plot and concept, but somewhat forced conceptually and the writing was disappointing.
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K.T. Hunter is a lifelong fan of reading just about anything she can get her hands on, from science fiction (her first love) to science fact, from alternate history to art history and true crime. She credits her parents' encouragement of her creativity and their own love of Star Trek as the spark that lit her literary dreams. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from UT-Chattanooga in 1993 an ...more