Joe Pranaitis Infinite Possibilities: Chronicles, Volume One: 2853-2857 is first-rate sci-fi suspense. It s the 29th Century and 94 percent of the galaxy has been explored and conquered. The Starship Lionheart, along with other massive space vessels, travels through time continuums and parallel universes. June 2853: The Starship Lionheart enters a parallel universe and figJoe Pranaitis Infinite Possibilities: Chronicles, Volume One: 2853-2857 is first-rate sci-fi suspense. It s the 29th Century and 94 percent of the galaxy has been explored and conquered. The Starship Lionheart, along with other massive space vessels, travels through time continuums and parallel universes. June 2853: The Starship Lionheart enters a parallel universe and fights the Grey Empire. Shortly after, the entire crew is blow out of that universe and into our present one, after destroying their foe. Captain Bontrk, who is a 820 year-old Mudisan and veteran of the S Phere War, commands the Starship. Along with his first officer John MacLeod and seasoned crew at the helm, the vessel sets out on another mission. Discovering a space station in orbit around a second Earth, the Lionheart will embark on a perilous journey that will nearly take their lives and prove to be a battle to the death. Who will win power over the galaxy and what old enemies will Bontrik and MacLeod face during their mission? Joe Pranaitis novel is a rare treat for Trekkie and fantasy fans. Spanning a period of five years, it s filled with strong, believable characters, an action packed plot, and the universal theme of good versus evil. Science fiction fans will anxiously await the sequels in Pranaitis sci-fi series. "...
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Set in the 29th century, Infinite Possibilities, is the diary of the adventures of the Starship Lionheart. The Lionheart and her crew encounter aliens, fight battles, and even meet their counterparts from a parallel universe. It's a book packed with a lot of action. Readers will have to pay close attention to the dates and locations of the events. There's a lot of jumping around on the time continuum as the Lionheart travels through wormholes and encounters parallel universes. The chapter, Parallel Roads, is very interresting, as readers can read what both Lionhearts are doing at the same time in parallel universes. At one point, the text lines up in such a way that on one page is the first Lionheart, and directly across from it is the second Lionheart. It is a neat visual effect. There are a lot of characters in the book, so again, readers will have to really pay attention to keep track of everyone. Infinite Possibilites is a book that would appeal to Star Trek fans. There are a lot of similarities in the story line and the way the story is told. I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy intergalactic adventures, battles,and federation starships.
Infinite Possibilities: Chronicles Vol.1: 2853-2857 by Joe Pranaitis, gets your attention from the beginning, I especially enjoyed this author's descriptive creativity of characters, for example, the young woman introduced as a Lieutenant named Kim Carey. She was depicted as having, 'red hair and dark eyes that sucked you in like black holes.' Wow! As a writer myself, I loved it-- and Immediately I had a visual of her. Joe Pranaitis takes his readership into the 29th Century with an adventurous debut novel.-Virginia Wright, Author ofBuzzzzzzzz What Honeybees DoAn educational-nonfiction for all ages!#1 Best Seller in Three Categories, Amazon.com
This was an amazing morphing of short stories to create one of the best science fiction books I have read in quite a while. The characters are believable and the descriptions will have you aching to be there. This is another one that is needed by all science fiction fans.
I highly recommend this book for anyone FTC: I received a free copy of this book and was not reimbursed in any other way.
This book was very difficult to read. It's a short book, and should have been a very quick read, but it couldn't maintain my attention for very long.The story itself has promise, but the writing is lacking. The characters are never developed to the point that I really care about them, and the story does not flow very well. Overall, the book just wasn't very good.