DIMENSION LAPSE After being attacked by an unseen force, Major Jeff Walker, a Martian colonist is trapped in another universe via wormhole, and lands on an earth-like planet. Befriended by amphibian-like beings, they live in peace until an outside force threatens their way of life. They must join an intergalactic war against an evil race called the Tolarions, and a warmonger who calls himself Balta. On a nearby planet, they meet a telepathic arthropod named Zarcon, who is a representative of the opposing peaceful Galactic Republic of Peaceful Civilizations. When his superior, Riona, double crosses the Republic and steals a weapon of mass destruction for unknown purposes, Walker and a band of misfits must stop him before he exterminates every race in the galaxy. Meanwhile, the Tolarions have plans of domination and conquest. Walker is unaware, however, that the key to their survival lies deeply rooted in the human's own historical past, and a man his grandfather once knew. $25.00 AMAZON PRICE $25.00 BARNES AND NOBLE PRICE AUTHOR PRICE ADD $6.00 SHIPPING WITH ALL ORDERS.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Compelling Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2015

Don Massenzio, Author of the Frank Rozanni Series

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Nick Davis weaves a universe (as well as parallel universes) that call to mind the storytelling of Star Wars and Star Trek. He creates vivid characters and shows their interaction with the human protagonist. He also shows what humans have become over time and how they have, in many ways, become their own worst enemies. In the end, however, human drive and the power of good overcome evil despite a disadvantage with regard to technology and physical and mental abilities. I believe that Nick's book is very compelling. This would be a five star review with some additional editing and formatting work. With these things, I would put this book right up there with some of the more compelling dystopian science fiction novels.