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Dalvaron Station

(The third book in the Singularities series)
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Following the cataclysmic events on Ilvaron – in which an ancient technology known as the Infinity Lens was activated - Captain William Lanson finds himself in command of the alien war vessel Ragnar-3.

The Ragnar-3’s databanks contain information about long-forgotten alien species, and the locations of places best forgotten. However, with humanity heading for defeat in its war against the Sagh’eld, Lanson has little choice other than to embark on a search for technology which can turn the tide.

Dalvaron Station is Lanson’s destination. Here, he might find clues that will help him take control not only of the Infinity Lens, but the mysterious and chaotic Galos tech as well. The Galos is wild and unpredictable, and destructive in the extreme. Perhaps more than the universe itself can tolerate.

Other species seek to claim these powers from the distant past and, despite the Ragnar-3’s colossal firepower, it is outgunned by the enemy warships in pursuit.

Somehow Lanson must stay one step ahead. He must unearth the secrets of the past and use them to alter the future of humanity.

Failure is not an option.

Dalvaron Station is the third book in the Singularities series and follows directly after events in Infinity Lens. Within its pages a reader will find space and ground warfare, good guys and bad aliens, plus some additional mysterious and deadly tech.

Genre: Science Fiction

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