Epic Space Opera Provides Unique New Combo of Fantasy and Reality

Author H. Oscar Bovolini’s ‘Ancient Voyages’ presents a thrilling take of sociopolitical issues and how they are related to Earth being the refuge of ancient space travelers.

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Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2014

The certainty that life and beings exist all over the universe has given author H. Oscar Bovolini the extra boost to write an epic space opera battle between good and evil. "Ancient Voyages" will transport readers to a world outside this planet; presenting things that happens not just here on Earth but in other places as well – and which started far back in the mists of time.

The asteroid belt that everybody knows was the product of a planet’s destruction. It may have been left at that–the survivors of this destruction could have been left to start over again somewhere. However, the same minds that destroyed the old planet went at full speed to destroy the new home in their ambition, stupidity, and criminality.

This evil empire stops at nothing to find more civilizations and planets to conquer or destroy if they prove to be too intractable. Thus, the new civilization made by the destroyed planet’s survivors has little time to prepare when the empire’s dark shadow to once again loom on their view into space.

A battle that will determine the fate of a once destroyed planet will emerge, its many consequences and possibilities with regards to Earthly reality, pure spine-tingling thrill down the spine. "Ancient Voyages" has a believable plot that presents a myriad of convincing entities and places out in space: H. Oscar Bovolini brings every science fiction aficionado into a new height of excitement and joy, a new twist to the beloved universe of the ET continuum. Bovolini rounds it off with current sociopolitical issues, making "Ancient Voyages" cater both to realists and fantasy buffs, a common interface which takes everyone back into the future of the human voyage through space and time.

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About the Author

H. Oscar Bovolini, born and educated in Argentina, immigrated to the USA in 1980. Although coming from a family with an inkling for the arts in all its manifestations, his primary orientation was toward the sciences. He completed his electronics engineering studies and a programming degree at the dawn of the computer era. However, his activities in the field of science did not stop his urge for the arts such as playing guitar, painting, and writing poetry. Fluent in Spanish, Italian, and English, he published a book of poetry in Spanish in 1997, receiving a positive critique from the local media. At the same time, he began his journey into the science fiction genre. His hobbies include camping, ham radio, restoration of vacuum tube radios, reading, archaeology, music, and genealogy.

Ancient Voyages * by H. Oscar Bovolini
Publication Date: November 20, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 233 pages; 978-1-4931-2913-3
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 233 pages; 978-1-4931-2914-0
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-2915-7

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