Into the Black: Odyssey One

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Brilliance Publishing, 2012 - Fiction - 448 pages
11 Reviews
"Beyond the confines of our small world, far from the glow of our star, lies a galaxy and universe much larger and more varied than anyone on Earth can possibly imagine. For the new NAC spacecraft Odyssey and her crew, the unimaginable facets of this untouched world are about to become reality. The Odyssey's maiden voyage is an epic adventure destined to make history. Captain Eric Weston and his crew, pushing past the boundaries of security, encounter horrors, wonders, monsters, and people, all of which will test their resolve, challenge their abilities, and put in sharp relief what is necessary to be a hero. A first-rate military science fiction epic that combines old-school space opera and modern storytelling, Into the Black: Odyssey One is a riveting, exhilarating adventure with vivid details, rich mythology, and relentless pacing"--P. [4] of cover.

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Review: Into the Black: Odyssey One (Odyssey One #1)

User Review  - Fred Hughes - Goodreads

NAC starship Odyssey is out for a shake down cruise. The first of it's kind it's time to see if all the new technology works. Captain Eric Weston is on the bridge and has no idea of the adventure he ... Read full review

Review: Into the Black: Odyssey One (Odyssey One #1)

User Review  - Danish Meman - Goodreads

I bought this on a whim and positive reviews. I was floored. It is a fantastic space-action romp. The perfect sci-fi action movie in a book. Once the big battle starts, you'll be hooked. Things move ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Evan has been writing most of his life in one format or another, and though his post-secondary education was in computer sciences and he has worked in the local lobster industry steadily over the last decade, writing has always been his true passion. In his own words, "It's what I do for fun and to relax. There's not much I can imagine better than being a storyteller.

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