Thursday, June 18, 2009

Coming From Nowhere, a new debut novel written by Pembroke Sinclair

Congratulations to Pembroke Sinclair, a self-described struggling writer, who recently had his first novel, Coming From Nowhere (May 2009), published as an e-novel by eTreasures Publishing. Set on the Red Planet, here’s a description of the novel, taken from the Kindle catalog:

JD does not have a past at least not one that she can remember and that makes living life on Mars challenging. With nowhere to go, she is sent to the local military academy where she is trained to become a member of the elite secret police. While there, she becomes a pawn in Roger’s struggle for military dominance and Chris’s rebellion to overthrow the military regime. She supposedly holds a secret that will change the face of the soldier, but, unfortunately, she doesn’t know what that secret is. Her only desire is to find the truth of her existence, and finds herself thrust into a realm where the truth of her past and present is more horrific than she ever imagined.

In a solid review, The Absent Willow Review concludes: “If you enjoy science fiction featuring a good old fashioned rebel group who pits themselves against an omnipotent power then you will certainly get a kick out of this book. It is full of interesting characters, and an intriguing plot.”

Pembroke Sinclair writes science fiction, fantasy and westerns and has had several stories published. His “The Dark Side of the Moon” will be published by Sonar4 Publications in September 2009.

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