Anthony Lewis is a quirky engineer, an outsider with a million questions about schedules,
deadlines, and why Joan does what she does. Can they overcome their differences long enough to save their Space Empire from a crippling shortage of resources?
The gas-collecting balloon ship Sojourner lies dead in space, its life support inexplicably frozen. One lost repair ship means searching a vast maze of tubing. A single failed component planetside can halt dozens of projects and jeopardize the countdown to a critical launch window.
No light sabres. No warp drive. It's more like the real thing -- an Apollo mission plus floating farms plus Martian underground parks. "It won't fail because of me" takes on a whole new meaning.
About the author
Michael J. Findley has been on the road most of his life. He spent summers in Illinois with his grandparents while his mother worked back home in Phoenix, AZ. He collected comic books, made models and has his share of car stories including everything from dune buggies to a Volkswagen with a Porsche engine. College years saw him commute between Phoenix and South Carolina.
He's taught in Christian schools and church classes and lived in South Carolina, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Missouri. The journey continues as he drives truck over-the-road truck with his wife as full-time shotgun. He is married and has three grown children scattered around the country.
Findley Family Video Publications has 3D animated movies, Bible study for all ages, and informational and commercial program credits. He has and MA in Church History and post-graduate work in science, history, and mathematics.