The Auriga Project: A Portal Science Fiction Adventure

Translocator Trilogy Book 1 · M.G. Herron
39 reviews

About this ebook

A portal science fiction adventure series by author M.G. Herron.

Hurled into the great unknown

Ripped from Earth and transported to a strange new world, archaeologist Eliana Fisk is taken captive by the leaders of a distinctly Mayan tribe.

What do they want with her? She's not sure, but they don't seem friendly.

When she discovers evidence of an ancient sacrificial ritual, Eliana fears she'll be next. Can she avoid becoming an offering to their bloodthirsty god?

And how in the worlds will she ever get back home?

The Auriga Project is the first novel of the Translocator Trilogy, a fast-paced and thrilling portal sci-fi adventure series. Weaving a malfunctioning teleportation device into an archaeological mystery about a lost tribe of ancient Mayans, this story is a harrowing tale of survival against all odds and the gateway to an ancient alien mystery.

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39 reviews
A Google user
October 24, 2022
Fantastic read, thoroughly enjoyed it!
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Bazil Bazil
June 27, 2021
well,I tried to listen the book,but the accent and tonality of the reader make me stop it..really,is it so hard to find a person with a more acceptabile accent?!! I avait improvement.
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About the author

M.G. Herron writes science fiction and fantasy stories for adrenaline junkies.

His books explore new worlds, futuristic technology, ancient mysteries, various apocalypses, and the vagaries of the human experience.

His characters have a sense of humor (except for the ones who don't). They stand up to strange alien monsters from other worlds...unless they slept through their alarm again.

Like ordinary people, Herron's heroes try to make the world a better place, and sometimes screw things up.

I mean, would it really be a normal week if Harrison didn't get stuck in a repeating time loop? Or if Caledonia forgets (again) to set her lasers to stun and accidentally brains someone in a bar brawl? (I really think she does it on purpose, the scoundrel).

New readers can try out a bunch of Herron's books and stories for free at

You can also follow his blog there or find him on social media for more frequent updates.

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