With terrorism as a prevalent global problem, my book discusses what could happen if we were under threat of alien terrorists and how we would deal with an invading force.
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) March 17, 2016
Step aside, Captain America and Master Chief; it’s time for Colonel Daniel Cross to take on terrorism.
In Aaron J. Wallace’s new novel, “The Millennium Wars,” Cross, a super solider in 2050, is tasked with saving the planet from a violent alien species known as the Quelldrowa. After World War III, a thought to be extinguished terrorist cell named the Cadre of Reckoning re-emerges to enact their plot for world destruction by unleashing the Quelldrowa to attack China.
“With terrorism as a prevalent global problem, my book discusses what could happen if we were under threat of alien terrorists and how we would deal with an invading force,” Wallace said.
Wallace’s take on the traditional sci-fi novel introduces a new superhero that is forced to come to terms with his unique powers and face an extraterrestrial threat to save the world.
“I sought to blend current events with sci-fi that would address topics facing our world in a fictionalized format,” Wallace said.
By adapting a futuristic take on our current global struggles, Wallace is able to explore terrorism, international relations and the impact of warfare in a deeper sense through “The Millennium Wars”.
For more information, visit http://www.themillenniumwars.com and http://www.millenniumwars-ajw.com
About the author
Aaron J. Wallace is a chef. He was inspired to write his novel, “The Millennium Wars,” based on his love of sci-fi. He resides in Australia.
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