New-Release Spotlight: Trident’s Forge by Patrick S. Tomlinson

About the Book:

They’ve made it this far. If only that increased humanity’s chances on this new planet…

Against all odds, the Ark and her thirty-thousand survivors have reached Tau Ceti G to begin the long, arduous task of rebuilding human civilization. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, Tau Ceti G’s natives, the G’tel, are coming to grips with the sudden appearance of what many believe are their long-lost Gods.

But first contact between humans and g’tel goes catastrophically wrong, visiting death on both sides. Rumors swirl that the massacre was no accident. The Ark’s greatest hero, Bryan Benson, takes on the mystery.

Partnered with native ‘truth-digger’ Kexx, against both of their better judgment, Benson is thrust into the heart of an alien culture with no idea how to tell who wants to worship him from who wants him dead.

Together, Benson and Kexx will have to find enough common ground and trust to uncover a plot that threatens to plunge both of their peoples into an apocalyptic war that neither side can afford to fight.

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About the author:

Patrick S. Tomlinson is the son of an ex-hippie psychologist and an ex-cowboy electrician. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a menagerie of houseplants in varying levels of health, a Ford Mustang, and a Triumph motorcycle bought specifically to embarrass and infuriate Harley riders.

When not writing sci-fi and fantasy novels and short stories, Patrick is busy developing his other passion for performing stand-up comedy.

You can find Patrick online at his website:www.patrickstomlinson.com, on Twitter@stealthygeek and on Facebook.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “New-Release Spotlight: Trident’s Forge by Patrick S. Tomlinson

  1. Have you read this series? I’ve been a little curious about it, but its also a bit different from what I normally choose to read so have been waiting to hear other opinions on it first.

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    • I haven’t read it yet either :/ For the same reason too: looks like it’s a little bit outside of the typical sci-fi that I read. I was actually kind of hoping someone would read this post and comment about how much and why they liked the first book in the series.

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  2. I’m also waiting on some reviews of the first book from bloggers I follow – I haven’t seen many. It looks interesting!

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