Alexander of Terra (Alexander Galaxus Book 1)

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Alexander Thorsson is at the center of a Galactic firestorm. The sentient races of the Galactic community want him, fear him, despise him and idolize him. That’s news to Alexander—he doesn’t even believe in extra-terrestrials. Go figure.
Alexander is a nobody. He had his chance in the NFL, but injuries forced him out into the real world. He drones about the planet in his airliner, shuffling people from point A to point B, thinking he was meant for more than this.
So do the Scythians.
The Scythians, a smallish, semi-telepathic sentient race, think they’ve found their man. The Scythians are on the verge of economic hegemony over the Galaxy, but the warrior race of Chem stand in their way. Having no military of their own, the Scythians use that brilliant, adolescent and violent race from Terra–Humans–as cudgel. After all, every Galactic child knows the violent history of Terra. Terrans are the most physically powerful sentient beings in the Galaxy and their propensity to technological growth—from cart to nuclear bomb in a century—is unheard of and terrifying. Then there was Alexander the Great, who looked to the stars and saw in them more worlds to conquer.
The Galactics took him seriously.
The Scythians think Alexander, properly manipulated, could be the heir to Alexander the Great. Their equation is simple—submit to Scythian economic domination, or Alexander and his legions will be unleashed on the Galaxy!
Alexander Thorsson is about to become the most famous and infamous sentient in the Galaxy. From her seat in the forests of Chem, Nazeera of the Triumvirate hears rumor of Alexander’s heir. She sets off for Terra with the intent of cutting Alexander’s career short and settling the Terran threat once and for all.

Read more about Alexander at www.dragons-and-dreadnoughts.com or read the author’s blog at www.christopherlanderson.wordpress.com
Alexander Thorsson is at the center of a Galactic firestorm. The sentient races of the Galactic community want him, fear him, despise him and idolize him. That’s news to Alexander—he doesn’t even believe in extra-terrestrials. Go figure.
Alexander is a nobody. He had his chance in the NFL, but injuries forced him out into the real world. He drones about the planet in his airliner, shuffling people from point A to point B, thinking he was meant for more than this.
So do the Scythians.
The Scythians, a smallish, semi-telepathic sentient race, think they’ve found their man. The Scythians are on the verge of economic hegemony over the Galaxy, but the warrior race of Chem stand in their way. Having no military of their own, the Scythians use that brilliant, adolescent and violent race from Terra–Humans–as cudgel. After all, every Galactic child knows the violent history of Terra. Terrans are the most physically powerful sentient beings in the Galaxy and their propensity to technological growth—from cart to nuclear bomb in a century—is unheard of and terrifying. Then there was Alexander the Great, who looked to the stars and saw in them more worlds to conquer.
The Galactics took him seriously.
The Scythians think Alexander, properly manipulated, could be the heir to Alexander the Great. Their equation is simple—submit to Scythian economic domination, or Alexander and his legions will be unleashed on the Galaxy!
Alexander Thorsson is about to become the most famous and infamous sentient in the Galaxy. From her seat in the forests of Chem, Nazeera of the Triumvirate hears rumor of Alexander’s heir. She sets off for Terra with the intent of cutting Alexander’s career short and settling the Terran threat once and for all.

Read more about Alexander at www.dragons-and-dreadnoughts.com or read the author’s blog at www.christopherlanderson.wordpress.com

Additional information

Author

Christopher L. Anderson

Binding

Kindle Edition

Edition

3

EISBN

9780595098637

Format

Kindle eBook

Label

Writers Club Press

Languages

English, Published

Manufacturer

Writers Club Press

NumberOfPages

268

ProductGroup

eBooks

PublicationDate

2008-10-01

Publisher

Writers Club Press

ReleaseDate

2008-10-01

Studio

Writers Club Press