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Re: Plausible sci-fi books
« Reply #240 on: 06/11/2017 12:10 pm »
Has anyone read Felix R. Savage Sol System Renegades series ?

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4957630.Felix_R_Savage

I'm considering diving in, fairly recent work, 6-7 books.. not super highly rated across the board though

Hello all! Since this was posted I've written a much more plausible sci-fi series:
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32977985-freefall

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Re: Plausible sci-fi books
« Reply #241 on: 02/17/2022 07:35 pm »


Zero Phase: Apollo 13 on the Moon by Gerald Brennan; http://www.amazon.com/Zero-Phase-Apollo-Altered-Space-ebook/dp/B00H9EZIT8

Both are quick reads, realistic and very enjoyable.

Looks like Gerald Brennan will write more and more alternate space history

http://this-space-available.blogspot.fr/2017/01/venus-in-furs-interview-with-island-of.html

He wants to write on DynaSoar and MOL, and the soviet L3 lunar program.

I love these books, he is a great writer. His book on MOL was quite chilling (and captured DynaSoar too). The book on L3 seems to be coming out in May, according to this page:

https://www.target.com/p/alone-on-the-moon-altered-space-by-gerald-brennan-paperback/-/A-84913295

Would love to see him do a book on 1980s space, Shuttle, Mir, Buran, or Polyus.

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Re: Plausible sci-fi books
« Reply #243 on: 06/05/2022 07:52 pm »


Zero Phase: Apollo 13 on the Moon by Gerald Brennan; http://www.amazon.com/Zero-Phase-Apollo-Altered-Space-ebook/dp/B00H9EZIT8

Both are quick reads, realistic and very enjoyable.

Read Alone on the Moon this weekend, hard to put down, but wished it had been longer.

Looks like Gerald Brennan will write more and more alternate space history

http://this-space-available.blogspot.fr/2017/01/venus-in-furs-interview-with-island-of.html

He wants to write on DynaSoar and MOL, and the soviet L3 lunar program.

I love these books, he is a great writer. His book on MOL was quite chilling (and captured DynaSoar too). The book on L3 seems to be coming out in May, according to this page:

https://www.target.com/p/alone-on-the-moon-altered-space-by-gerald-brennan-paperback/-/A-84913295

Would love to see him do a book on 1980s space, Shuttle, Mir, Buran, or Polyus.

Read Alone on the Moon this weekend, highly enjoyable. My main beef was that it could have been longer. A minor point, I do not think Korolev would have said such a thing. I googled it later, Volynov's main obstacle seems to have been Sergey Rudenko.

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