Touch the Stars: Diaspora

Touch the Stars: Diaspora

by Carl Martin


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Book 2 of Touch the Stars by Carl Martin and John Dalmas

"Got it Solved"-3 Words to Save the Future of Humanity

Jason Roanhorse finds his son, Gordon, to be a talented leader. Gordon is not just any rich man's son. He develops the skills to solve tough problems on an interstellar scale-skills he will need when finally he confronts Kark in a war that covers this entire region of the Milky Way galaxy. Gordon's attitude is pure "got it solved" and unreasonable. And that's a good thing. Any reasons for failure are merely worthless excuses that jeopardize the lives of millions.

For the Love of Kark

Vormin Kark may have a tiny body, but his evil is measured in hundreds of light years. After enslaving numerous worlds, he turns his gaze toward Earth and finds the sinister Hamilton Club a willing ally. Kark is terrified of individual free will, but he has plans to rid the universe of this torment.

Shark Bait Personality

You may have met one. Seats of power attract them like flies, but they can be found at all levels. They may make you feel good one moment, but then miserable the rest of your life. Gordon Roanhorse learns how to spot these critters and to beat them at their own game-a skill vital to his future success.


  • Omen (3 chapters)
  • Foundation
  • From the Ashes (5 chapters)
  • Black Harvest
  • Encounters
  • Touching and Touched
  • Counterpoints
  • Vision
  • Nightmare
  • Turnabout
  • Threshold
  • Seedling Suns (23 chapters)
  • Festival of Two Suns (8 chapters)
  • Balance (7 chapters)
  • Web Woven Tightly (15 chapters)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781499609219
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/20/2014
Pages: 744
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.48(d)

About the Author

Carl Martin has been a software engineer with a degree summa cum laude, a Hollywood artist with screen credit, a lifelong amateur astronomer and a divinity student with an eternal passion for spiritual wisdom and the clarity of science.

He also writes non-fiction as Rod Martin, Jr., with titles including "The Spark of Creativity," "The Art of Forgiveness" and "The Bible's Hidden Wisdom: God's Reason for Noah's Flood."

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