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The Way To Paradise


The Way to Paradise


The Way To Paradise


Imagine Star Wars, Andromeda, Firefly and Outcasts meets C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy, flavored by the music of For King & Country – that’s my new book, The Way to Paradise.

At the summons of an unknown alien race, Captain Calista Zarah and Engineer James Beckett, along with two other crew members, travel to a planet 1200 light years away on a ship designed for a trip to Mars. Beckett is drawn to the fiery Zara immediately but she has steeled herself against friendship, never mind anything more. Each of the four-person crew struggles with burdens from their pasts. But only Captain Zara bears the responsibility of carrying out the mission’s secret orders. She knows they will probably never see Earth again.

The Way to Paradise is an omniscient narrated, Christian science fiction, space opera adventure that portrays the consequences of choosing darkness and it shows how hearing God can save you and fix you on the inside.


What’s your favourite genre?

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8 Responses to “The Way To Paradise”

  1. Celesta says:

    I love science fiction of all types but as for sub-genres I’d say some favourites are space opera, dystopian, cyberpunk and superhero stories.

    What are your favourite kinds of stories?

  2. I love apocalyptic science fiction.

  3. Alyssa says:

    My favourite types of stories are dystopian, post-apocalyptic, and superhero. LOVE these.

  4. Ann Waters says:

    Love all genres mostly, and sci-fi, romance and fantasy (all types). Love yours!

  5. Celesta says:


  6. Kelly says:

    Space opera and cyberpunk are favorites of mine. I enjoy exploration (not sure what sub-genre that is), and I’ve been surprised how much I like military science fiction, especially when the conflict is more than just xenophobia or galactic domination.

  7. ecpd188 says:

    I like mostly romance, deticivie or mysteries and Christian books

  8. e a lake says:

    My all-time fave scifi show would be the original Star Trek. It was so fanciful, so futuristic, so mesmerizing. The acting was cheesy (at best), the props were laughable, and the plots were so thin. Yet, I tuned in every week to watch a new adventure of Spook and Kirk! lake

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