You won’t meet the beings in this book in your lifetime of reading other books.
Houston (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
What if humanity has gained the ability to travel through space with impunity and the near future of humanity made contact with aliens? Author Ambit Welder tackles these questions and more in his new science fiction novel, “The Adventures of Deacon Coombs.”
Welder's first book covers a futuristic journey of Earth, set in the year 3533, after all known life forms have united in a peaceful coexistence. Aliens and humans have made contact with one another and have lived in peace and harmony for many years. Welder takes readers of all ages through a grand vision of the future when Earth has bonded with new alien life forms, only to encounter a hostile alien invasion.
“I want to take the readers on an outer space adventure of a lifetime but arouse the reader’s feelings with tragedies, plot twists and questions about our future,” Welder said. “You won’t meet the beings in this book in your lifetime of reading other books.”
“The Adventures of Deacon Coombs” is an exciting new take on the science-fiction genre that elucidates a journey for readers to experience new heights of adventure and space travel, chronicling the protagonist, earthling detective Deacon Coombs, as he investigates the aliens' origin and their murderous ambitions. He represents the fears and hopes of all earthlings as he travels through deepest space encountering new races, friends and enemies.
“There are other life forms in this universe, and sometime, somewhere, in the future, we as earthlings must prepare ourselves for the shock of new friends, whatever form and intellect they take,” Welder said.
For more information, visit http://www.adventuresofdeaconcoombs.com.
“The Adventures of Deacon Coombs”
Retail price: $25.95
Available in paperback, hardcover and e-book.
About the author:
Author Ambit Welder is a world traveler and has lived abroad for many years, visiting more than 60 countries. He has a keen interest in history, the exploration of space and the evolution of life. He was born in Canada, but now resides in Houston with his wife and two children.