Conn Garrow, the Girl on the Moon and the Girl on Mars, is a woman on a mission in the highly anticipated conclusion to the Girl on the Moon trilogy. The genocide of the human race has been postponed, but we’re still in dire jeopardy. Seven of Earth’s finest astronauts have been dispatched to planets that may have weathered the Aphelial threat, to search for allies and intelligence in the fight to come. On Earth, efforts to understand the Aphelials are underway, and may lead Conn farther away from home than she, or anyone else, has ever been. Will Conn and humankind be ready for the coming alien onslaught? Amazon readers called Girl on the Moon "a realistic, intelligent barn-burner" and "a thoroughly enjoyable, imaginative, wild ride of a story," and Girl on Mars "a fast moving, truly interstellar saga."
Jack McDonald Burnett is an attorney living in the Atlanta metro area. His short fiction is available at his website, scifijack.com. His nonfiction work has been published in a range of venues, from Economic Opportunity Report to American Builders Quarterly to Puck Daddy. His novels Girl on the Moon, Pauper, and Girl on Mars are available in the Kindle Store.
The Conn Garrow trilogy is among my favorites. Wonderful characters and great stories. There are readers who enjoy writing long descriptions of books they've read, so if you need a lot of details to talk you into reading Jack McDonald Burnett I'm sure you can find one (or fifty). I'm going to finish off his catalog now. I expect no less than terrific reading ahead of me.
I really enjoyed Conn's interstellar adventures, and all the interesting creatures she met along the way. It was captivating throughout all 3 novels. I just wish there were more books. What to read next?