The Curse of Europa (Published on Amazon)

The Curse of Europa (Published on Amazon)

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Brian Kayser By BrianKayser Completed

You are invited to accompany a crew of eight astronauts on their mission to the Jupiter ice-moon named Europa. Their mission is relatively straight forward, look for evidence of life in a vast ocean, which is trapped beneath a thick blanket of ice. There is one problem though... "The Curse!"

Over the past 36 years, man has been trying to explore Europa. Every mission to date has ended in failure. Now in 2056, with a faster space craft, the Global Space Organization is trying one more mission. This fully manned mission will attempt to put humans on the surface to search for liquid water, and possibly life. Will this mission finally be the one to succeed, or will it end in failure as well... or worse?

Follow Lt. Commander Patrick Turkovitch, Dr. Juliana Evans, and six other astronauts as they try to make history by being the first humans to set foot on the Jovian moon.

Will they find life deep in the oceans of Europa, will they find romance, or will they find that the curse is for real?

What are they willing to do to ensure their mission is a success?

Find out in "The Curse of Europa"

www.thecurseofeuropa.com

Csteptoe Csteptoe Jun 05
I want this mission to succeed. But then I would be a dull story. ;)
KenMagee KenMagee Sep 19, 2012
This is unusual and interesting. I've put it on my list to read later (there's a lot here).
TheTreeHuggerPanda TheTreeHuggerPanda Aug 26, 2012
hehehe typical Zeus...xD amazing prologue by the way... =] hehehe kind of reminds me of the Percy Jackson series....xD it's so nice to have these kind of stories here...=]
BrianKayser BrianKayser Aug 20, 2012
@TimNorwood - thanks for all the great comments, for fanning, and for adding book to reading list!!
BrianKayser BrianKayser Aug 16, 2012
@Mojo_Smileyface WOW, thanks for the compliment!  I appreciate it.
SeriousMoonlight SeriousMoonlight Aug 06, 2012
@BrianKayser Nah, it was great. I read all of the chapters. Reminded me of Bradbury, very interesting.