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GABRIEL: ZERO POINT

A Gabriel Novella

Evan Gabriel wasn’t always a feared and respected North American Federation Navy Commander. Before dangerous missions to the ice-bound planet of Poliahu, the deadly jungle world of Eden, and politically corrupt Mars, he was a simple recruit, fighting to make his mark in the elite Naval Special Forces…and was part of a top-secret military experiment that would change his life forever.

Zero Point tells the tale of a young man faced with difficult choices and dangerous trials. Fans of the series will see part of the mysterious past Evan Gabriel carries with him, while readers new to the series get a preview of what is to come in a military man’s haunted life.

Zero Point is the true beginning of Evan Gabriel, and his story is just getting started.

Free on most platforms. And yes, I freely admit I’m giving one away to suck you into what I feel is a pretty darned good trilogy…

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GABRIEL’S REDEMPTION

Book One of the Evan Gabriel Trilogy

North American Federation Navy Commander Evan Gabriel was dishonorably discharged after a disastrous mission on a far off world called Eden. He’s spent the last five years hiding from his past, from those responsible for the failed mission, from those responsible for running him out of the Navy, and from those originally responsible for making him into who he was – a highly-trained, physically and mentally augmented Special Forces soldier.

Two mysterious visitors appear unannounced at the door of a Gabriel’s seedy hotel room in the slums of Jamaica. His past has finally caught up with him.

From the decaying Caribbean to politically-charged South America, from the back alleys of Mars to a tiny colony on a planet six hundred light years from Earth, Gabriel’s Redemption is a near-future military science fiction story of a personal journey seen from the perspective of a soldier who has lost everything — one who desperately needs to redeem himself not only in his government’s eyes, but also his own.

Interstellar action and political intrigue mix with one-on-one battles on the surface of a frozen planet in Book One of the science fiction-adventure trilogy.

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GABRIEL’S RETURN

Book Two of the Evan Gabriel Trilogy

Gabriel has always been haunted by his past. Now he must face his past once again.

On the far-off icebound planet of Poliahu, North American Federation Navy Commander Evan Gabriel suffered the loss of several team members in order to free a native species and save his brother. Now he is being called away on a new mission by a friend in trouble, and by a name from his distant past. He and his surviving team must again travel across the galaxy, this time to the world where he lost his naval command, and his original team, so many years ago: Eden.

Gabriel will face three distinct threats on Eden: the well-armed terrorist group that has been raiding Eden City, the deadly flora and fauna of the planet itself, and perhaps most ominously, his own haunting memories of his past.

Gabriel’s Return continues the epic science fiction adventure trilogy with characters new and old, advanced weapons and technology, devious political intrigue on the moon and Mars, and deadly jungle combat on the unique planet of Eden.

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GABRIEL’S REVENGE

Book Three of the Evan Gabriel Trilogy

A missile has no conscience. It is an inanimate steel object: cold, emotionless. But once ignited, it burns white hot inside, and cannot be shut off. Fired in combat, it has but one objective: the total destruction of its intended target. And it will only stop when its objective has been achieved, or it runs out of fuel.

Not all missiles are made of steel.

North American Federation Navy Commander Evan Gabriel thought it was over. Returning from a mission on the far-off world of Eden, he finds that Mars is in a state of political upheaval. Two major dome cities are now under the control of ambitious and ruthless men backed by the scheming South American Republic. Friends are in trouble, Renay Gesselli is missing, and the future of a world is in flux while rival governments bicker behind closed doors.

From the ice-bound planet of Poliahu, to the dangerous jungle world of Eden, and back to his adopted home of Mars, Evan Gabriel has witnessed death follow him. Now, he’s turning the tables, and no force would stand in his way.

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GABRIEL’S JOURNEY BOX SET

The Complete Gabriel Trilogy in One Volume – Save over 35%

BONUS! Now includes GABRIEL: ZERO POINT, prequel to the trilogy!

Follow North American Federation Navy Commander Evan Gabriel as he crosses the galaxy searching for Redemption, Returns to where it all began, then finally seeks Revenge on those responsible.

From the decaying Caribbean to politically-charged South America, from the slums of Mars to a tiny colony on a planet six hundred light years from Earth, Gabriel’s Redemption follows the disgraced Commander Gabriel as he leads a Special Forces team to an ice-bound world. Their given mission: to eradicate a drug cartel that is producing a highly-addictive stimulant brutally extracted from the bodies of the native inhabitants. Upon arriving, Gabriel and his team find the mission isn’t exactly what it appeared to be, and that they weren’t the only force dispatched to the planet.

In Gabriel’s Return, Commander Gabriel is being called away on a new mission by a friend in trouble, and by a name from his distant past. He and his surviving team must again travel across the galaxy to the planet where he lost his naval command, and his original team, so many years ago: Eden. Gabriel must face three distinct threats on Eden: the well-armed terrorist group that has been raiding Eden City, the dangerous planet itself, and his own haunting memories of his past.

In Gabriel’s Revenge, Gabriel is returning from a mission on the far-off world of Eden, and finds that Mars is in a state of political upheaval. Two major dome cities are now under the control of ambitious and ruthless men backed by the scheming South American Republic. Friends are in trouble and the future of a world is in flux while rival governments bicker behind closed doors. From the ice-bound planet of Poliahu, to the dangerous jungle world of Eden, and back to his adopted home of Mars, Evan Gabriel has witnessed death follow him. Now, he’s turning the tables, and no force would stand in his way.

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WRINKLED SHORTS

A collection of five short stories 
~Includes the previously unreleased short story, Dreamshift!

Incursion (science fiction): A young boy working on his village’s plantation watches as alien craft scream overhead. His first emotion is excitement… until the technologically superior aliens start shooting. He has no choice but to grow up quickly, becoming one of his village’s most trusted defenders. What does human nature mean?

The Awakening (science fiction): Robert has been running the Monhegan Island-to-mainland Maine ferry for years. This morning, however, he and his boat are greeted by mysterious lights emanating from the small rocky island. No one greets him when he ties up to the dock, and not a structure is in sight – all the houses and buildings have disappeared. All he sees is a curtain of light. Curiosity gets the better of him, and he steps through the curtain…

Special Delivery (horror): Kerry Jensen is nervous about her upcoming blind date, and one glass of wine isn’t doing the trick. Before she has an opportunity to pour a second, there’s a knock at her door. Her blind date is early, but it’s an unexpected package that will change the rest of her night — and possibly her life.

Opt-Out (suspense): A massive global social network announces an initiative to encourage its nearly one billion users to donate organs and body parts with just the click of a mouse. Millions of potential transplant recipients rejoice, but there is a dark side. For a young, newly engaged professional in Portland Oregon, that dark side arrives wearing a smile and designer suit during a chance encounter at a train station.

Dreamshift (scifi/suspense): Jeremy is a college student, struggling to make ends meet. After hearing of a sleep experiment that pays handsomely, he eagerly signs up. The tests seem innocent enough, the reasoning behind them intriguing, but the end result may cost Jeremy more than he’ll ever earn. Can dreams tell the future, or are they in fact the future itself?
~Never before released! 

  1. August 14, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    I’m really quite tempted to buy this book – it sounds very cool.

  2. Dale
    December 17, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    Hi Steve

    Finished Redemption, half way through Return…looking forward to Revenge!!

  3. Joe Salamido
    January 31, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    Steve,

    I left you the following review of Gabriel’s Redemption on Amazon:

    “Let me begin by saying I liked this book enough to buy the sequel. It has a good, fast-paced plot. Decent character development. Enjoyable writing style. I noticed a couple of editting mistakes involving missing or mis-used words, but overall relatively clean for an independent author. I did notice a logical flaw in the plot involving an unconscious man watching with tears in his eyes as his dead friend was dragged away. It might be picky, but I find that flaws like this one make it hard for me to suspend my disbelief. I think this author shows promise and I’m looking forward to finishing the sequel.”

    The flaw I’m referring to occurs in Chapter 25. I don’t know how difficult it is to correct things like this, but you might want to consider it in your next addition. Thanks.

    • January 31, 2012 at 3:56 pm

      Son. Of. A. Biscuit.

      I found the section, and damned if you aren’t dead on. It was a section changed in first draft if I recall, but the last line (about tears) shouldn’t have been left in (nor should it still be in) the final. Totally my fault, made it through final edits unseen. My sincere gratitude; it will be fixed for future editions.

      ~S

  4. February 11, 2012 at 12:15 pm

    Just added the trilogy to my Amazon Wish List, I can’t say when I’ll get to them but I’m looking forward to reading them when I do!

  5. Ian
    February 18, 2012 at 5:48 am

    Hi, where can I get the paperback in the UK – Amazon.co.uk doesn’t appear to stock it (I don’t have a Kindle)?

    • February 23, 2012 at 1:19 pm

      Thanks Ian for your interest. The buttons above that say Createspace will take you to the bookstore for the print versions.

  6. February 29, 2012 at 2:44 pm

    Hi Steve,
    I am a new visitor to your site and am very impressed with your books. I myself am a first time author and my book “Black Gemini” is very simular in many ways to your chosen genra. Mine however has a bit of romance and is far more indepth to human emotions in a time of doubt and uncertainty. It is avaible on Amazon / Kindle. I am at the moment working on the sequel there are like yours going to be a series of books. I would like to ask you if I may did you self publish or traditional publishing, as I have had a nightmare with self publishing “Trafford” and was conned by what I thought to be a genuine publisher which left me with Amazon and the chance to do things myself. I am however having a lot of problems with marketing and distribution do you have any tips for this?
    Thankyou
    Rachael Kirby

  7. rq
    November 2, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    Steve!!

    Saw you r following me on ‘the twitter’ ; decides to give the crazy guy a look see and discovered your “Trilogy” graphic doesn’t take me anywhere! Now I have to click each individual book one at a time instead of buying them ALL with “one click”. .

    Sheeeeesh!

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