CARNARVON, Western Australia (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
From Henry Westwood who brought readers The Sirius Conspiracy and Ad Astra Per Aspera comes the exciting third book of Hoile-Nuttall Trilogy. Quo Vadis brings back familiar characters as well as new ones as it takes readers on another unforgettable adventure in outer space and beyond.
A group of star travellers aboard the Argonaut watch their shrinking beautiful blue and white planet with tumultuous emotions. Every single one of them wondered if they would ever see the earth again. Some thought, that it would never look as good as it did now, way in the future. Some of them were right. Among this group are Trevor and Victoria Nuttall, and Lord Pennywort. Vicky and Trevor looked mostly at the departing planet earth. Their excitement of starting a never ending journey was mixed with a little melancholy at leaving some dear friends and relatives, most likely for ever.
In Quo Vadis, readers can follow the Nuttalls’ journey as they head to Alpha Centauri system where Trevor is keen to meet the Mother that he had never seen. What adventures—or dangers—await them on their long voyage? Readers can find out as they immerse in this intriguing sequel.
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About the Author
Henry Westwood was born and educated in England. He immigrated to Australia with his family in 1976. He started writing poetry, books and plays half a century ago (yes he’s old). He has won awards for his poetry and has written and directed plays for the local amateur theatre company. The author has also won 2 state awards for his adaptation of a screen play to a stage production in which he and his wife acted. Westwood lives in Western Australia with his wife of nearly 40 years and has littered the state with 4 children and 13 grand children.
QUO VADIS * by HENRY WESTWOOD
Publication Date: September 12, 2011
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 210 pages; 978-1-4653-5849-3
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