Author: M.G. Herron
Genre: Science Fiction
A revolutionary quantum teleportation device promises to bring humanity one step closer to the stars.
Until it fails. Spectacularly.
Archaeologist Eliana Fisk is ripped from Earth while the whole world watches.
She lands on a strange new world inhabited by a lost tribe of ancient Mayans. Meeting them, getting first-hand exposure to age-old customs and rituals…it seems like an archaeologist’s dream.
But what if their rituals have a darker meaning? What if the god these people pray to is no god at all?
And how in the worlds will she ever get back home?
Thus begins a pulse-pounding race against time that hurls Eliana into the great unknown, revealing ancient technologies and marvelous mysteries more outlandish than she ever imagined.
Originally published as The Auriga Project, The Alien Element, and The Ares Initiative, this edition brings all three novels together in a single volume.
About the Author:
M.G. Herron writes science fiction and fantasy stories for adrenaline junkies.
His books explore new worlds, futuristic technology, ancient mysteries, various apocalypses, and the vagaries of the human experience.
His characters have a sense of humor (except for the ones who don’t). They stand up to strange alien monsters from other worlds…unless they slept through their alarm again.
Like ordinary people, Herron’s heroes try to make the world a better place, and sometimes screw things up.
I mean, would it really be a normal week if Harrison didn’t get stuck in a repeating time loop? Or if Caledonia forgets (again) to set her lasers to stun and accidentally brains someone in a bar brawl? (I really think she does it on purpose, the scoundrel).
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