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By: Steven Radich

Letters from Another Galaxy

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Prepare for an out-of-this-world experience in Letters from Another Galaxy. When toolmakers from an outer cluster of the Milky Way Galaxy arrive on Earth, they’re in for a surprise. Instead of the aggressive, sex-addicted species they expected to find, they encounter humans with complex emotions and desires. The Messianic aliens are on a mission to convert humanity, while the Bruin capture humans for genetic experiments and keep them as pets. But why do these alien species resemble monkeys?

Meanwhile, the Space Gypsies boast an extraordinary sense of smell, even in space, and the Nautica are seeking new habitats for their species, with plans to seed the Red Sea. As if that weren’t enough, the novel explores the story of an abandoned shipment of human slaves, dumped on a cluster planet and left to fend for themselves. Turning feral, they embark on a journey of self-discovery, exploring what it means to be human.

But the alien humanoids aren’t all benevolent. Some are bent on raping and pillaging, leaving the reader to wonder about their true motives. Letters from Another Galaxy is a gripping, thought-provoking novel that challenges our assumptions about extraterrestrial life and what it means to be human in a vast, mysterious universe.

Of Croatian/English descent, Steven was raised on a NZ dairy farm. After boarding school, Steven completed a double BA in Geography and Economics at Victoria University of Wellington. This was followed by a post graduate diploma in secondary teaching.

Embarking on a journey of self-discovery, for nearly a decade Steven immersed himself in the practice and metaphysics of Yoga. During this period, he discovered his story telling talent while principle of an alternative Primary School in Australia. From having his school essays and poems posted by his teachers, to writing for and editing metaphysical and arts periodicals in Australia and on to numerous horticultural periodicals in New Zealand, writing has always been his calling.

Back teaching, a keen fisherman, Steven developed a side-line of writing fishing reports for local newspapers and national fishing periodicals. Monthly Far North and Blokes ’n’ Boats reports in the NZ Fishing News became something of an institution. There followed his Guide to Fishing, Diving and Boating in the Bay of Islands with Halcyon Press [2002] which is now out of print. His first novel, The Water Treatment [2011] – a reimagining of a historical murder mystery was published by Copy Press of Nelson had modest sales. His current Letters from Another Galaxy is his first attempt to reach an international audience.

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  • Stephen J King

    " This novel is a gem of the sci-fi genre! Letters from Another Galaxy kept me on the edge of my seat with its intricate and fascinating narrative. The story is so well-crafted, and the author's ability to maintain tension throughout the book is astounding. I was hooked from the first page to the very last. A five-star must read! "

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