The M/S Atlantica, one of the most advanced cruise ships in the world, is lost.
Land has disappeared. Fuel, food and hope begin to dwindle.
After months recuperating in hospital, US Marine Jack Cohen hoped a Caribbean cruise would help him recover from the horrific injuries he sustained fighting in the Middle East. Instead, when the ship is attacked, he is once again thrust into battle to protect Atlantica against the ruthless enemy hunting her, and the insidious threat already aboard.
On these mysterious and uncharted seas, where even the compass shows the sun rising to the west, Atlantica’s salvation may lie with a Navy warship which is as lost as they are. Together, they must pool their resources and use every means available to defend themselves while discovering what has happened to them.
And the rest of the world.
Unfathomed, a military science fiction thriller which will appeal to anyone who enjoyed Lost, BSG or The Last Ship.
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For as long as I can remember I’ve always enjoyed science fiction, especially the grand masters of the genre, Arthur C Clarke, Stephen Baxter, Alistair Reynolds and many more and finally decided to try my hand.
I hold a degree in Aerospace Technology and won the opportunity to work in Milan on the design of a Satellite, got a Pilots License (before I learnt to drive) which led to the best weekend job going, taking Air Cadets flying in a motor gliders and for a year was an officer cadet in the TA.
After all that I had a bit of a quarter life crisis and decided that I would succumb to the kid in me and follow a career in chasing bad guys. That led to a huge hole in my life though, the desire to think about what I consider ‘the big issues’ a desire I’m addressing with my writing.
Nowadays, I’ve calmed down a bit and enjoy spending time traveling, seeing what the world has to offer, scuba diving, long distance running and, of course, writing.