Echo of a Distant Planet

A first contact novel of the recent past and immediate future

Echo of a Distant Planet

Book Description

How would alien intelligence contact earth? Shawna is an Air Force officer with remembrances of the future. Trapped in a structured military world, her unearthly memories persist for nearly three decades from the jungles of Central America to the frozen north of Alaska, culminating in a message from the stars.

This glimpse into the near future is based on the author’s extensive background with the C-130 transport aircraft, one of the world’s foremost tactical cargo airplanes. The U.S. Air Force and the Air National Guard are the focus of this journey into military aviation science fiction that combines the author’s extensive background with military transport aircraft and his training as a physicist.

Review Excerpts for Echo of a Distant Planet

  • This thoughtfully-crafted book is recommended for both the Sci-Fi enthusiast as well as anyone wanting to know more about the USAF, its flyers and the venerable C-130 Hercules. – John Cathcart, Military Writers Society of America
  • Good book with a great background. As a C-130 crew chief, I understood a lot about what was going on. – Steven at Amazon
  • Fantastic story. Especially if one could relate to the different settings and occurrences which the author wrote about. – William at Amazon

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Echo of a Distant PlanetFree opening chapters.  Let me know what you think. – Wayne

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Questions and comments are always welcome. - Wayne

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