The Civilizations Trilogy:
Fountain, Earth and The Lost Planet
Fountain: Two worlds, one journey
The first book in the Civilizations Trilogy broke new ground by introducing the protagonists of a civilization like never before. Prepare yourself for a completely new, completely original First Contact.
Earth: The way home
First contact has been established. Now, our protagonists must face the threat of The Supremes, a deadly race. With shocking revelations and surprise twists, the reader is in for the literary ride of his life.
The Lost Planet
The third book takes us to the limits of the known universe and beyond.
Civilizations: Fountain. Two worlds, one journey
- Chapter 1. To Come -
Aware that mere remorse would not be able to erase the scars of the past, for centuries Susan longed for the discovery of another civilization, hopeful that it might somehow relieve the deep sorrow that burdened her.
- Chapter 2. Contact -
Susan wakes up after the strange, incomprehensible vision.
Later, upon receiving green light from Mission Control, she and the other astronauts on team, Michael, Anna and Haruto, could finally see the extraterrestrial ship straight ahead of them.
Susan then goes through a series of breathtaking events. Michael is alongside her, but he acts strangely, as if he was someone else:
- Chapter 5. Drone Wars -
- Chapter 7. Paradise City -
- Chapter 10. Interestellar -
Aboard the Eclipsed Star spaceship, Susan and Electron spend centuries crossing the paths created by the colossal Continuum Warpers.
- Chapter 13. Unstoppable -
- Chapter 15. Transformation of things
- Chapter 11. The Other -
- Chapter 16. Rift -
It is done this way because only in the clarity of complete truth does the possibility of accepting each other, within the limits of what each one truly can be, exist.
Civilizations: Earth. The way home
Civilizations: The Lost Planet