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Revelations: Far From Earth is Robert Hamilton’s debut novel set in the 22nd century. John Russell’s holiday in Tasmania, Australia is cut short by a call from the SSA Headquarters, informing him of his promotion to captain to command the Sol Star Alliance ship, Destiny. His mission is to deliver colonists to Mars in preparation to defeat the Dawn of Revelations, a breakaway Christian extremist cult scheming to destroy planet Earth. On the way to Mars, the star ship gets lost in the Andromeda Galaxy, millions of light years away, with very little hope of finding its way home. Slowly running out of food rations, Russell and his crew encounter the friendly Redovans and the antagonistic Zuravorns. Faced with all these challenges, can Captain Russel and his crew accomplish their mission?
Robert Hamilton’s Revelations: Far From Earth is a science fiction novel that takes us to an interesting part of the universe, millions of light years away from planet Earth. As the Destiny tries to find its way back home, Captain John Russell and his crew discover fascinating societies and innovative technologies different from their own. And as they face one obstacle after another, we cannot help but root for them. Although the novel is primarily about the mission to save Earth from destruction at the hands of the Dawn of Revelations cult, there is also a hint of friendship and romance that helps the reader empathize with the characters and their adventures. Hamilton is certainly a gifted story teller with an irresistible writing style and a fertile imagination, as proven by the numerous twists and turns guaranteed to satisfy any reader.