The Galapagos Incident

By Felix R. Savage

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The year is 2285. Amidst our colonization of the solar system, humanity is locked in a low-intensity war with the hostile AI known as the PLAN. But Elfrida Goto, a field agent for the 23rd-century equivalent of the Peace Corps, tries to ignore the fighting. Helping and protecting space colonists is her job ... even when that means evicting them from their homes. It's a crappy job, but someone has to do it. The UN's grand project to terraform Venus requires asteroids--lots of asteroids--and next on the list is 11073 Galapagos. Tasked with evicting the asteroid's squatter population, Elfrida faces a herculean challenge, not made easier by her aggravatingly opinionated telepresence robot ... or her uncooperative local liaison. Jun Yonezawa is determined to preserve his people's independence--with violence, if necessary. But when a lethal AI fleet attacks Elfrida's home base, her mission changes in a hurry. Now, she and Jun have just one chance to save the squatters on 11073 Galapagos. It means going up against the most dangerous enemy humanity has ever known. But Elfrida takes her mission of protecting space colonists seriously. What she doesn't know is that her most dangerous enemy of all may be lurking close at hand. The Galapagos Incident is the first installment in The Solarian War Saga, an action-packed near-future science fiction series that readers have praised as "blindingly inventive ..." "witty, intriguing, and creepy as hell." Fans of Sy-Fy's The Expanse, the science fiction of Neal Stephenson, and character-centric hard sci-fi will love Felix R. Savage's epic saga of our interplanetary future.


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The year is 2285. Amidst our colonization of the solar system, humanity is locked in a low-intensity war with the hostile AI known as the PLAN. But Elfrida Goto, a field agent for the 23rd-century equivalent of the Peace Corps, tries to ignore the fighting. Helping and protecting space colonists is her job ... even when that means evicting them from their homes. It's a crappy job, but someone has to do it. The UN's grand project to terraform Venus requires asteroids--lots of asteroids--and next on the list is 11073 Galapagos. Tasked with evicting the asteroid's squatter population, Elfrida faces a herculean challenge, not made easier by her aggravatingly opinionated telepresence robot ... or her uncooperative local liaison. Jun Yonezawa is determined to preserve his people's independenc...


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Hey, fellow sci-fi nuts! I'm just your average reader who couldn't find enough great science fiction, so I turned to writing it myself. I live in Tokyo and I spend my days at an office participating, with poorly concealed ambivalence, in the preparations for our planet to be taken over by robots. I'm actually quite optimistic and I love telling stories about the future, because no matter how much technology changes, human beings never do! Even more than that, I love sharing these stories with readers, and that is why I'm offering you a FREE book. Sign up for my mailing list and get a free copy of the prequel to the Solarian War Saga! Start here: http://felixrsavage.com/signup


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Hey, fellow sci-fi nuts! I'm just your average reader who couldn't find enough great science fiction, so I turned to writing it myself. I live in Tokyo and I spend my days at an office participating, with poorly concealed ambivalence, in the preparations for our planet to be taken over by robots. I'm actually quite optimistic and I love telling stories about the future, because no matter how m...


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Audiobook now available!

10 March

The Galapagos Incident is now available as an audiobook at Amazon, Audible, and iTunes!


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