Phoenix, AZ, April 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Sweet Home Alle Bamma picks up where Book One of the Solbidyum Wars Saga, "Battle Of The New Orleans" leaves off. Having barely recovered from injuries that nearly took his life in the battle with the Brotherhood of Light to reclaim the Federation star ship Dusten, Tibby must fight again in a struggle of a different kind when both he and Kalana are poisoned by enemy operatives. Tibby’s Earth DNA proves to be stronger than the deadly poison; Kalana, however, is rapidly succumbing and must be placed into stasis. One antidote exists against this toxin and it can only be found on the remote planet of Alle Bamma, a non-aligned jungle world on the fringe of the Federation territories. Tibby abandons Admiral Regeny in the Federation’s plan to ambush the Brotherhood at the planet Prolaxen, in order to race to the jungle planet with his crew aboard the space yacht, New Orleans, in search of the rare ruguian eggs that are required to make the antidote. Tibby arrives at Alle Bamma only to discover that the Brotherhood has established bases and drug labs on the planet for processing the illicit drug called God’s Sweat and that they have enslaved the indigenous natives to harvest and process the drug. In order to save Kalana, Tibby and crew must defeat the Brotherhood, free the natives, find the ruguian eggs, and deal with a mysterious god entity called Thumumba.
Sweet Home Alle Bamma
Book Series: Solbidyum Wars Saga, Book 2
Author: Dale C. Musser
Publisher: DM Books
Published: February 2014
Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera
Book one of the Solbidyum Wars Saga, "Battle of the New Orleans" was released in late 2013. Both books are available in both print and ebook formats.
Mr. Musser is also the author of two other books, "The Poetry of Windwalker" and "Puppets in the Night," a UFO abduction account.
About The Author:
Dale Musser was born in 1944 in a small rural community in Pennsylvania. From 1967 until 2012 he was employed as a structural and piping designer in the marine and offshore industry, the cogeneration power industry and in hard rock metal mining. His work at three shipyards and assignments with several engineering and naval architectural firms during his career in Virginia, Texas, and Maine took him to such places as London, U.K., Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., Scotland and Mexico. After the death of his wife in 1999, Mr. Musser changed careers and went to work in Arizona and Utah in the hard rock mining industry. He retired in fall of 2012 and currently resides in Mesa, Arizona; however, his plans for the near future involve a move to New Mexico.
Dale enjoys rock hunting and lapidary work, gourmet cooking, writing, poetry, art, music, religions and philosophy in small doses, astronomy and the sciences in general, hiking, camping, the outdoors, and the gifts that nature provides. Mr. Musser is a member of Mensa and avid reader.
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