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"What should you read after all the Iain M. Banks Culture novels, and Neal Stephenson's science fiction? Felix R. Savage is a great place to start. " – Reader ReviewThe year is 2285. Humanity is losing its grip on the colonized solar system. Genocidal AI terrorists ravage far-flung colonies, and the UN…
Asteroid squatters. A genocidal enemy. Saving lives has just been added to her job description…
Evicting people from their homes is a crappy job, but Elfrida Goto knows that somebody has to do it. If she can't evict the squatters from asteroid 11073 Galapagos, it'll further delay a project she cares deeply about: terraforming Venus. Unfortunately, Elfrida's remote telepresence robot isn't cooperating, and neither are the asteroid's inhabitants. When an enemy fleet attacks her home base and heads straight for Galapagos, her mission changes in a hurry.
Teaming up with a wannabe Star Force pilot, Elfrida hits on a plan to save the squatters. If she survives long enough to put it into practice, she'll go up against the most dangerous enemy humanity has ever known…
The Galapagos Incident is the first installment in The Solarian War Saga, a series of suspenseful space operas with a strong comedic edge. If you like fast-paced space thrillers, geeky references, and books that keep you thinking, then you'll love Felix R. Savage's extraordinary look into our interplanetary future. Readers of Iain M. Banks, Neal Stephenson, and Kim Stanley Robinson have discovered their new go-to space obsession.
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The Solarian War Saga in chronological order:
The Elfrida Goto Trilogy (includes The Galapagos Incident, The Vesta Conspiracy, and The Mercury Rebellion)
A Very Merry Zero-Gravity Christmas (short story)
The Luna Deception
The Phobos Maneuver (coming end-2015)