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Odyssey in Space follows two characters from Gammaldis previous books named Cosmo and Bronte. But, within this narrative, Cosmo and Bronte take on new identities as their own alter egos, Omsoc and Etnorb. Omsoc and Etnorb are fearless dogooders who take young readers along for a journey of goodwill and mystery in sectors of the universe yet uncharted. Our two travelers are called upon to assist two alien races in their defence against a very formidable opponent who is determined to change their very existence forever. Forsaking any potential danger to themselves, our two intrepid astronauts manage to achieve a victory, for the two alien races, beyond any expectation Gammaldi says. Their mission is completely altruistic and it is their special training in the astronaut program that qualifies them fully for what must be achieved. They have the skills needed to diplomatically enlist the help of other alien races and to allay the fears of those worlds beset upon by the evil assailants. Gammaldis book presents its main characters as real-life heroes who brave the darkest reaches of space in an effort to protect the universe from evil. Odyssey in Space offers young readers a platform for imagination and goal-setting something Gammaldi sees as directly related to the childhood development process.
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About the Author
Gino Gammaldi is married to Grace. They have 3 children and 6 grandchildren. He lives in Melbourne, Australia. He spent 26 years in Corporate Management. His education began in the Good Samaritan primary school (St Joseph – Korumburra) followed by secondary studies at St Patrick’s College in Sale, Victoria (as a boarder for 5 years) and at Taylors University Coaches in Melbourne. He has achieved qualifications from a number of tertiary institutions including Deakin University and Monash University. He also served 2 years as a National Serviceman in the Australian Army. Gino was inducted into the office of Justice of the Peace by His Excellency, the Governor in Council (Victoria) in 1999 and some years later was appointed a Commonwealth Celebrant by the Federal Attorney General of Australia. He is also the Chairman and Manager of an annual play in which he also has an acting role. Writing children books has become his passion, however, he also has commenced to write an adult novel and an account of early migrant life in Australia which features the experiences of his own family. Gino’s early childhood was on family farms in the district of Krowera, Victoria, Australia – a place which is little known but which holds fond memories for him.