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  • Paperback Edition
    • 978-1-03-918950-8
    • 5.0 x 8.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 420 pages
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    • 978-1-03-918951-5
    • 5.0 x 8.0 inches
    • Black & White interior
    • 420 pages
  • Keywords
    • Time travel sci-fi,
    • Time travel book,
    • Historical sci-fi,
    • Historical science fiction,
    • North American historical fiction,
    • Alien science fiction,
    • Alien fiction

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Earth's Harmony
by Geoffrey Currens

Part thrilling sci-fi adventure, part historical fiction, Earth’s Harmony is an endlessly imaginative tale from the creative mind of debut author Geoffrey Currens. In the near future, perhaps tomorrow, humanity receives a message from deep space in an alien language—a distress call, along with a set of blueprints. Two generations later, Earth is growing increasingly barren; animals are becoming scarce, and lakes are drying up. Nonetheless, as the distress called warned, alien attackers arrive at Earth seeking the one resource remaining worth harvesting: human slaves. Due in no small part to the efforts of pilot Byron “Cowboy” Carruthers and his ace gunner, Jim, the alien attack is fought off, but one ship manages to escape through a vortex into the past, where the alien could potentially take over the Earth and bring about a horrific future. Cowboy and Jim must pursue the alien through the vortex aboard the result of the blueprints received in the distress call so long ago—a telepathic ship they name “Mother.” Cowboy and Jim thus end up in the Devil’s Lake area of North Dakota in 1889, where awaiting them is the harsh prairie winter, an Indigenous man named Dreamwalker whose knowledge and collection of animals may prove pivotal to their mission, and a romance that will test Cowboy’s resolve to not make any ripples in time. Can they stop the alien—and their own actions—from destroying Earth’s chance at a future?

Geoffrey Currens (he/him) was a long-haul truck driver who drove across Canada ensuring people had food to eat. On his long drives, he used to make up stories to stay awake. A friend suggested he write one down and, thirty years later, here it is! Being seventy-three, one of Geoffrey’s primary hobbies outside of writing is breathing. He also enjoys getting out of the city and relaxing under the stars, seeing to what galaxies his mind takes him. He lives in Calgary, Alberta, close to family, and is in a relationship with a young lady six years his junior.


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