Last Children of Earth

by Dennis Ogden



Book Details

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Publication Date : 1/30/2001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9780738848662

About the Book

Book One of the Last Chance saga. The failure of the cryogenic units in a huge space ship endangers the lives of the survivors. Young, untrained, inexperienced, they struggle to survive in the emptiness of space and in the dangers of an unknown planet. Rod - who didn’t want to take charge, Manny – the child genius, Chad – whose brother didn’t make it. Felix – who thought that he could get away with anything. The struggles of these young men and women grab our attention as we experience their joys and sorrows. Book One of the Last Chance saga concentrates on the struggles of the young settlers to survive on the damaged ship and the trials endured settling on their new home. This book is included in the trilogy "Children of Earth", also available from XLibris

About the Author

Dennis grew into his teens during the war years in England. In 1950 he left to work in an aircraft factory in Canada while farming a hundred acre farm as a sideline. Leaving Canada he served twenty years in the US Army as a Bomb Squad technician. During his military career he met and is still married to Ruth, also English born. They served a three tour of duty with the US Peace Corps after their three children grew and left home. They taught gardening and crop production to Maya Indians in Guatemala. Now grandparents, they own and operate a Recreational Vehicle Park in the desert of northwest Arizona.