Cleveland, OH, June 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The first book in the series, The Phoenix Rising won 2010 Indie Excellence Award Finalist in Science Fiction. The second book, Talcon Star City has been honored as a "Finalist" of the 2012 International Book Awards in the "Fiction: Science Fiction" category. The Return of the Ancient Ones, another series, was the winner of the 2012 NABE Pinnacle Book Award in Fantasy and winner of the 2011 Indie Excellence Award in Fantasy Category and was a finalist in the 2011 International Book Awards in the fantasy/sci-fi category.
The Phoenix Rising tells the story of a time of change for the Alliance of Worlds and its war battles with the Varlon and Accadian forces. But this is just the beginning.
An impressive federation, the Alliance of Worlds consists of approximately 250 assorted civilizations, many with an extraordinary array of resources. They represent more than a quarter of the space-faring races in the galaxy. Because of its position in the universe, Alliance of Worlds faces many adversaries.
The Phoenix Rising
Published: April 2009
Commodore Robert Sheppard fights to save the peacekeeping Alliance of Worlds from otherworldly aliens in Talcon Star City, the space opera sequel to the award-winning Phoenix Rising.
Talcon Star City
Published: January 31, 2012
Pages: 274 pages
The Return of the Ancient Ones is a distinct tale that illustrates how one's fiercest enemy can become one's most aggressive ally.
The Return of the Ancient Ones
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
Published: December 20, 2010
About The Author
Gary Caplan graduated from the University of Pittsburgh earning three bachelor's degrees, and later an MD and an MPH degree. He has practiced medicine for more than fifteen years and has publications in medical journals. With a long time interest in science fiction, he later began writing in the genre. Caplan now lives in Pennsylvania.
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