Science Fiction Novel Asks, “What If Humanity Was More Than It Seemed?”
What if mankind was the key to an ancient struggle spanning the cosmos and didn’t know it? Norman Oro’s latest science fiction book, Away (Volume 2: Keepers of the Alliance) (published through CreateSpace), asks that question and imagines such a world.
Regarding Keepers of the Alliance, Norman Oro explained, “The story looks through the prism of science fiction at what it means to be human. Among other things, it examines the fundamental human desire to live, to survive and the sometimes conflicting need to do what’s right. These are age-old topics and I think they make for a good story.”
As for being an independent author, he added, “I don’t have access to focus groups or sophisticated marketing studies. I simply write for myself and hope my tastes aren’t completely out of touch with everyone else’s. Ultimately, what really matters is that those who end up buying a copy of Keepers of the Alliance like the book. I hope they get as much pleasure in reading it as I got in writing it.”
Away (Volume 2: Keepers of the Alliance) is now available in paperback ($16.99) (published through CreateSpace) and on Kindle ($6.99) through Amazon.com.
About the Author
Norman Oro was born in the Philippines and immigrated with his parents to the United States in 1974 when he was three years old. He grew up in San Gabriel, California and went to Don Bosco Tech in Rosemead for high school. After college, he worked in economics, finance and corporate development. Before Keepers of the Alliance, he wrote Away (Volume 1: Beginnings). He has a bachelor's in economics from UCLA and an MBA from MIT Sloan. He lives in Aptos, California.
For more information about Away (Volume 2: Keepers of the Alliance), please contact Norman Oro at (831)251-0070.