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    Beyond the Expanse


    Post #: 226
    Post type: Blog post
    Date: 2014-09-01 10:25:10.000
    Author: Jeremy Reimer
    Tags: My Science Fiction



    Over twelve years ago I had a dream. I had all these ideas bubbling up inside of me from a lifetime of reading and watching science fiction, and I wanted to make them come alive in some form. I dreamed of writing an epic trilogy that would follow the adventures of heroic space pilots fighting an evil alien enemy.

    Today, at long last, that dream has been fulfilled.

    Beyond the Expanse is the final installment of the Masters trilogy. It is now available on Lulu.

    While the novels are, at their heart, fun and escapist sci-fi entertainment, there are deeper themes than simply the good guys winning over the bad guys. The characters struggle against their own fears and weaknesses, and they take time to think about the ramifications of their actions. The enemy aliens (while definitely evil!) have problems of their own, and some of them rail helplessly against what their once-proud society has become.

    Ultimately, the trilogy is about the triumph of hope over fear. It is about how very different people can overcome their mutual mistrust and learn to work together for the betterment of everyone. And it is about how even the smallest people can make a real difference in the universe, simply from the choices that they make.

    I hope you enjoy the book.


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