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Alex The Inventor
By G.F. Brynn

Series Description:

In this series called, "Alex the Inventor", you will enjoy 3 captivating stories about Alex Faraway, a boy of our near-future-world who uncovers a mysterious and frightening conflict between creatures not of our world, that has been 10,000 years in the making.

With each midnight journey the lonesome boy takes into the maze that is the scrapyard beyond his mother's old farmhouse, Alex is drawn further and further away from his familiar world and into one that is both tantalizing and terrifying in its possibilities. For Alex Faraway must try to understand, not only the beings (both good and evil) that he encounters there, but also the mounting clues which lead him to believe that there is much more to himself than he could possibly have imagined.

Exotic Inventions, Imaginary Physics, Living Machines, a hidden Starship and a Martian girl from out of the past - Alex The Inventor has all of these.  

And as the pieces of the mystery begin falling into place for the inquisitive boy-genius, the approach of a much larger threat from across the cosmos becomes more evident with every passing day!

 

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Completed



Author Bio For G.F. Brynn:

My Website with Bio, Book Previews and Illustrations is at:  
Deepskystories.com

Acknowledgements:

For Carolyn, who has my undying love and affection,
Ryan and Jessica, who, as youngsters, inspired me to start writing again.
And, a special thanks to my mom who taught me to never give up.
 

Notes:

 

References:

Copyright © 2014 by G. Brynelson
All rights reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever
without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.
Printed in Canada
First Printing, 2014
ISBN 978-0-9937247-0-1
Deep Sky Stories Inc. ©
www.DeepSkyStories.com
 







Series Description:

In this series called, "Alex the Inventor", you will enjoy 3 captivating stories about Alex Faraway, a boy of our near-future-world who uncovers a mysterious and frightening conflict between creatures not of our world, that has been 10,000 years in the making.

With each midnight journey the lonesome boy takes into the maze that is the scrapyard beyond his mother's old farmhouse, Alex is drawn further and further away from his familiar world and into one that is both tantalizing and terrifying in its possibilities. For Alex Faraway must try to understand, not only the beings (both good and evil) that he encounters there, but also the mounting clues which lead him to believe that there is much more to himself than he could possibly have imagined.

Exotic Inventions, Imaginary Physics, Living Machines, a hidden Starship and a Martian girl from out of the past - Alex The Inventor has all of these.  

And as the pieces of the mystery begin falling into place for the inquisitive boy-genius, the approach of a much larger threat from across the cosmos becomes more evident with every passing day!

 

Category: Fiction Book Chapters
Updated: A Few Times A Week
Status: Completed


Author Bio For G.F. Brynn:

My Website with Bio, Book Previews and Illustrations is at:  
Deepskystories.com

Acknowledgements:

For Carolyn, who has my undying love and affection,
Ryan and Jessica, who, as youngsters, inspired me to start writing again.
And, a special thanks to my mom who taught me to never give up.
 

Notes:

 

References:

Copyright © 2014 by G. Brynelson
All rights reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever
without the express written permission of the publisher except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.
Printed in Canada
First Printing, 2014
ISBN 978-0-9937247-0-1
Deep Sky Stories Inc. ©
www.DeepSkyStories.com