by G. S. Jennsen

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A mysterious signal coming from deep space attracts the attention of humanity's scientists and the soldiers who protect them—the kind of attention the originators of the signal will do anything to avoid. When the two converge, first contact doesn't go the way either side planned.
FRACTALS is set in an alternative universe from the Aurora Rhapsody novels and short stories.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161449615
Publisher: Hypernova Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 02/20/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 24,742
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

G. S. JENNSEN lives in Colorado with her husband and two dogs. She has written eleven novels and multiple short stories, all published by her imprint, Hypernova Publishing. She has become an internationally bestselling author since her first novel, Starshine, was published in March 2014. She has chosen to continue writing under an independent publishing model to ensure the integrity of her stories and her ability to execute on the vision she has for their telling.

While she has been a lawyer, a software engineer and an editor, she’s found the life of a full-time author preferable by several orders of magnitude. When she isn’t writing, she’s gaming or working out or getting lost in the Colorado mountains that loom large outside the windows in her home. Or she’s dealing with a flooded basement, or standing in a line at Walmart reading the tabloid headlines and wondering who all of those people are. Or sitting on her back porch with a glass of wine, looking up at the stars, trying to figure out what could be up there.

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Fractals 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sandy34IL More than 1 year ago
This story (mostly) stands on its own. If you are at all familiar with the Aurora Rising universe, this story is complete on its own. If you aren't familiar with AR, it is still an engaging story that precisely describes the major components of the wonderfully rich world of Aurora Rising. In her stories, Ms Jennsen manages to describe space warfare that is both familiar and exciting to those who enjoy the genre. And this story is no exception. In a few pages she manages to put you in the middle of a space battle without grasping for unexplained concepts or background. Additionally there is a twist at the ending that foreshadows the overarching theme of the AR universe. A thoroughly enjoyable read for any science fiction reader.