Wild Worlds' Web: The saga concludes...

· The Alas League Book 3 · Eric Falardeau

About this ebook

The Alas League is an entertaining humorous series made up of episodes ranging from 80 to 140 pages each. Brief “interlude” short stories are inserted between instalments exploring new facets of life among the stars!.

Episode 5: Crossroads

Slowly, but surely, the events shaking up the Universe are catching up with our villagers. Now part of the Wild Worlds’s Web, they try as well as they can to fulfill the various missions they are given. Obviously, small side-track stories are aplenty. Who will win the first intergalactic elections of Verminus? Will the surprising resemblance between Xybef and Big Arlene lead Alberic on an extra-marital path?

Episode 6: Twice upon a time…

As feared by the few remaining sane people of the Universe, the confrontation between the Wild Worlds’ web, commanded by Phyerhiderant assisted by Fido, and the army of the Universal Guard under the orders of Gabriel MCLXVI and General Watwase Datagain, looks unavoidable. the face-to-face is a bit clumsy due to the collective lack of experience, but all expect the worst. The fight begins and leads to the extinctions of several species. Will the Wild World’s Web survive the conflict? Will the duo Andrew Bank and Muddlers succeed to pass the defences of the Debt Star, Sully Citor’s new war vessel, and succeed on time in their secret mission?

About the author

Christian-Eric Falardeau (a.k.a. Eric Falardeau) was born a few decades ago on a dairy farm is the Rouyn-Noranda area (northwest of Québec). Early on, after begging his parents for a few months, started to write little stories on a new electric typewriter.

After graduating in computer science from Sherbrooke University in 1990, he came back to writing and on October 17, 1991, inspiration, and massive amount of diet coke, lead to a 17-hour writing binge that gave birth to The Maid’s Dress (included in the collection Short Novels and Stories).

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