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u/cjorgensen · 7 pointsr/sciencefiction
u/reiii · 2 pointsr/freebooks

Hey Everyone!

I just finished and released my second novel in the Origo series called "Ghost". In celebration I am making "Ghost" FREE on the Amazon Kindle store for a limited time. It is part two of the Origo series. If you search for the book on Amazon, the easiest way to find it is to type in "Ghost Tucker French". It is a continuation of "Haven". For those of you who did not read "Haven", the premise of the first book was that Earth was unable to support itself and was slowly dying. Pollution and overpopulation has run rampant for decades and have caused irreparable damage to the planet. The first book focused on a select group of humans, who take it upon themselves to venture into space and look for a new home for the Human race.

"Ghost" picks up where "Haven" left off. Lieutenant Nicholas Snow and his squad are on Origo and are desperately looking for a way off the planet. Follow them through their journey as they face new obstacles on the foreign planet.

I hope those of you who do download "Ghost" enjoy the story as much as I did when I was writing it.

One thing that I do ask is that you please leave an honest review of the book on the Amazon page when you finish reading it. I would be extremely grateful! Even if you don't have time to read the book now, I still encourage you to download it and save it for later! Thank you all, and I hope you enjoy the book!

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u/kotoandjuri · 2 pointsr/eFreebies

For those too lazy to "Haven Origo": linkage

u/Tucker-French · 2 pointsr/bookdownloads

In celebration of my newest release, I have decided to make All Bulbs Are Not the Same free from today 3/2 to 3/6.



TL;DR: inside the found journal of Isaac Deckard are a series of vignettes and poems that capture moments of his life, his emotions, and his imagination.

Summary:

More often than not, Isaac Deckard found himself among his thoughts. Unable to completely deal with the overwhelming presence of his own darkness, he began writing in a journal: a journal that was recently found and released by his family. Inside are a series of stories and poems that frame his life, struggles, achievements, dreams, wishes, and fantasies that come together to show a side not seen by many.


If you enjoyed this and want more, well, you’re in luck! Check out my sci-fi series: Origo!

Haven is the first novel in the Origo series following a squad of individuals led by a Lieutenant Nicholas Snow as they try and find salvation for the human race. And then check out the continued adventures of Lieutenant Nicholas Snow in Ghost or the anthology stories “Ruins”.





All I ask of you is to please leave an honest review on the Amazon page when you finish reading it. If you do not have the time now, I would suggest downloading it anyway and holding it off until you have a nice rainy day or two to delve into the story. Thank you.





You can follow me on twitter @tuckerfrench117 or on facebook





You can also follow me on my blog