STAR GAZER a tantalizing series for lovers of science fiction and fantasy

Posted: December 16, 2022 in Books in general
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Imagine our modern contemporary world. A world where giants, elves, dwarfs, ogres and trolls share an Earth we think only we inhabit. That’s the premise behind prolific English author John Morris’s intriguing STAR GAZER series of sci-fi novels.

The series includes two trilogies. The first one, titled Star Gazer First Trilogy, is mainly science fantasy and comprises The Gatekeeper and The Guardian, The Twelve Tribes and The Wrath of Gaia.

Introducing the first trilogy

Book 1:

https://www.amazon.com/Gatekeeper-Guardian-Star-Gazer-Book-ebook/dp/B08R6ZC9LW/

Book 2:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016PRPPR4

Book 3:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B016PVX4AK

The first trilogy will especially appeal to those who share a desire for underground knowledge as it contains references to ancient technologies far more advanced than any currently in existence – technologies which may or may not have existed. That’s for the reader to decide.

The work is deeply researched and offers plausible answers based upon both known fact and folklore.

About the author

John Morris (68) is a self-published author whose life, he reveals, “crashed” about 20 years ago.

“I lost everything,” he says. “It took me a few months to come around, signing up for a BSc in computers to keep my mind active and find a new direction in life.”

Morris says he was fortunate to secure a position in Foshan, Canton, an hour or so from Hong Kong. He liked the place and the Cantonese people so much he decided to stay a while.

“Twenty years later and I’m still here! What a roller coaster. I became an entrepreneur involved with exporting containers of furniture to England and Australia. That ended with the crash of 2008 when everything imploded. Just my luck!

“I began writing a very badly-punctuated blog about my experiences, and got a lot better at writing with interest and humour. Fortunately, I secured the services of a very good content editor who taught me a great deal. So now I have seven books self-published, with five more in various stages of completion.”

Those five books include novels in the Star Gazer Second Trilogy.

Morris now manages his fiction book Imprint: Charlotte Greene, and although officially retired says he is now busier than ever.

In his Star Gazer series, he questions the origin of humankind, advising readers we have no direct palaeontological link with the great apes, and asking where we came from.

“Were we created by an alien race way back in prehistory? And what of myth and legend, of elves and dwarfs? Are they imaginary creatures, or vague remembrances of other lines of homo sapiens?”

For more about John Morris and his STAR GAZER novels go to the following links:

www.star-gazer.co.uk

http://www.john-morris-author.co.uk

https://www.amazon.com/John-Morris/e/B00RVWSKES/

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/16801970.John_Morris

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