Saving Paludis

When interstellar war threatens, three strangers must band together to save their world …

Police agent Stefan Lattanzis never expected his planet to become a battlefield, nor Earth for that matter. But when scientists from Paludis share a technological breakthrough with Earth authorities, peace escalates to the brink of war in a hurry. It doesn’t help that the local aliens have a dangerous and mystifying agenda of their own. Meanwhile, a desperate human cult has its own plans to exploit the powerful new technology…

To keep his home world alive, Stefan must team with two strangers, a botanist and a mysterious seer. As embattled factions vie for control of the universe, the trio must trust in each other to keep the new technology from ripping time and space apart.

Saving Paludis is an electrifying sci-fi thrill-ride. If you like futuristic technology, alien political intrigue, and high-octane, paranormal action, then you’ll love Clayton Graham’s interstellar adventure!

Buy Saving Paludis to protect the universe today!

Currently on NetGalley.

 

Five Star reviews from Readers’ Favorite


Selected Reviews:

Reviewed by Deepak Menon for Readers’ Favorite   5-star review June 2 2018

Set about 2000 years in the future, when mankind has spread its wings, this tale takes place on Paludis at the extreme edge of human colonization. Humans occupied this mineral-rich gem of a planet centuries ago by violent conquest. The subjugated remaining inhabitants – superstitious primitive aliens, the Muskans – are confined to a narrow little stretch of land named Musk. Tak-Elno, a Muskan, flouts the laws of the sea-god, Garn, and swims in the ocean, a crime.
Thus begins an incredible chain of events. Clayton Graham’s Saving Paludis is definitely a great interstellar thriller and recommended to its targeted audience of young adults and older readers.

 

 

Space Out With Sci Fi in June: The Haunted Reading Room June 7 2018

Immediately I was engrossed in this thoughtful and thought-provoking futuristic science fiction novel. My lifelong stance has always been to favor the underdog and cheer on the oppressed. Immediately, my attitude was total empathy with the “aliens,” who rather than invading Earth, had instead been invaded by Earthlings–and not just invaded, but shuffled off to a single corner of the continent. I found SAVING PALUDIS an exceptional novel with powerful and lasting impact. I happily noticed resonances of the late, lamented Arthur C. Clarke.

 

Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers’ Favorite   5-star review June 3 2018

Intelligently plotted, Saving Paludis is a science fiction story with great futuristic elements. The conflict is riveting and it isn’t strange that when a piece of powerful technology comes onto the market, there is infighting among powerful groups to take control of it. Clayton Graham exploits this aspect of the story to grab the reader’s interest, build tension, and move the plot forward. The writing is compelling and there is a fluidity of expression that will delight readers who enjoy clarity in writing.

 

Lynne Barnes: Barnsey’s Books

Saving Paludis is a wonderfully intelligent, creative and superbly written book. Quite often I struggle with the ‘world building’ element that accompanies this genre. But not in this case. The author is clearly highly skilled in bringing alien races, otherworldly technology and distant planets to life with such clarity that the reader cannot fail to be impressed.

The book deals with many issues but namely conflict, camaraderie, coexistence, tragedy and loss. The plot moves along at a good pace and each character is given depth and personality. Descriptions are detailed and beautifully written. In fact, by the end, I felt as if I’d witnessed an interstellar adventure of truly epic proportions.