Award-Winning Finalist in the Science Fiction: Alien/Space category of the 2020 American Fiction Awards
Our incredible author, Andrew Cahill-Lloyd, has made his way to the 2020 American Fiction Awards sponsored by American Book Fest. The Annual Best Book Awards honoured Andrew Cahill as finalist in the “Science Fiction: Alien/Space Category” for his insightful novel, The Visitors. Now in its 17th year, the Best Book Awards are one of the largest mainstream book award competitions in the United States.
The Visitors is a story of our past and the impending future—provided that our present stays as it is. An intriguing work, the book features characters from pre-history, present and two time-travelling aliens, Bjorn and Zorn. In 2032, Bjorn and Zorn happen to orbit our planet and behold the annihilation of earth from their spaceship owing to the ongoing religious wars. Being time-travellers, the two aliens have the privilege to go into our million-years long past and turn the course of such nasty events. They embark on their mission to avert what would happen to earth in 2032. Whom do they meet in their travel back in time? And would the inhabitants of earth listen to them to save themselves from the about-to-come destruction? To find out what happens, place your order and witness the adventure filled with drama, fun, and chaos.
Andrew Cahill-Lloyd is a writer, lyricist, conservationist, and animal rights advocate. He has spent ten years as a serving member of the Australian Air Force. Through this stirring work, The Visitors, Andrew wants us to jettison our long-held prejudices against each other and work together to make this planet a safer and favourable habitat for all—humans, animals, and plants.