Not a member?     Existing members login below:
Holidays Offer
 

Sci-fi Fantasy Ebooks

Jovian Uprising - 2315

Downloads: 18602

Published: 2 years ago

Rating: Rated: 117 times Rate It

  • 1 star
  • 2 stars
  • 3 stars
  • 4 stars
  • 5 stars

Author: Michel Poulin

Book Description HTML  |   Report this book

Tina Forster inherits the giant cargo ship KOSTROMA from her uncle in 2315 on the moon Callisto, in the Jupiter System. Soon, she will have to face space pirates, as well as an Earth increasingly hostile to Spacers like her.

Graham Murdo

An interesting and potentially excellent story which was unfortunately ruined by poor spelling, bad grammar, and terrible sentence structure. It is very evident in this book that M. Poulin does not have English as his first language. The author is without question a talented storyteller but until his books are properly edited by a native English speaking editor they will undoubtedly fail to hit the mark with most English speaking readers.


Mahlon Heller

Michel Poulin is an excellent writer. I really enjoyed the ebook. Well crafted believable plot. The characters were interesting and stayed in character.


Steve Mansey

The best free ebook I have read. Excellent story and good concepts


Robert Crawshaw

Excellent story, well paced, characters that you care about. Earlier comments about lack of proofreading are accurate but it did not detract from the story.


Sourabh

I will be waiting for the sequel


crystal lane

Awesome story. Couldn't put it down after I started reading.:-)


ALEXANDER RODRIGUEZ

Looking forward to reading the sequel !!!


Michel Poulin

Actually, ajetus66, I am presently writing the sequel to this book, titled THE ERIS PROTOCOL. With luck, it should be ready to be published online by late Summer or early Fall.


ajetus66

Great read, this any plan for a sequel?


Donna

Every book i read from this author is amazing, keep it up Michel.


Dave

Not a bad space opera, but the spelling and grammar are appalling. I know there are differences between the way we Brits spell and pronounce words and the way our US cousins do but I am at a loss as to know which dictionary the spell checker was set up for. If indeed a spell checker was used at all.


Heiko Hanusch

great Storyline but poor grammar and spelling...


Allan

Enjoyed the story, and thought that there was room for a sequal


Eugene Greenberg

most enjoyableGene Greenberg


BigMark1962

Poor grammar and a lack of science. Good story, but reading it can be hard work - I'm guessing that English is not the first langauge here......


Jeff Brooks

This is an excellent story and is told in a very captivating manner.


Jim Verdugo

A good story, inspires the imaginationk, seems to be written originally by a Russian though


Stefs

Great book, reads easily. Makes you think where humanity might end up.


H Green

Have read this several times, as science fiction it is wonderful, however it needs a little more science in the space rocket area to truly be a great work of science fiction.


BILL RABELLO

Entertaining and imaginative. Could use a little editing but a definite page turner


charles

A quick and easy read with a female protagonist. The characters are quite stereotyped but for simple reading to pass the time without a need for introspection or much thought, works well.


robert r plotner

The editing and proofing fell short of the well paced and entertaining story


Lauren Baker

I found the story line very good and I enjoyed it, only criticism was that the dialogue was alittle stilted...very enjoyable though


Kathleen Dunlop

Great read, plausible story line.


Colleen Plemmons

I found the book to be a fun read, the science sounding plausible, the political story sounding too true. There was some grammer issues, but I believe the author is not a native english speaker, it would help if he had a proof reader who was.


James

Grammar was not perfect, some spellings errors, but I really enjoyed it, reread it.


Roy Stevens

An enjoyable story that was hard to put down. Thank you.


Calipso

Very good book. I thoroughly enjoyed it!


Steve

While I agree with a previous comments about grammar (I too thought that English might not be the author's native language) I found the book fun to read. It's not Niven but it's worth the time.


john_bell44

a little more thought in the last few chapters ; still a good read


Stephen Gunn

Great and fast read.


Jake

The frequent use of incorrect phrasing can be jarring but otherwise this is an enjoyable, if a little simplistic, book. Some of the science may be a little uncertain but then science fiction allows for that. Teens would seem to be the best audience, though oldies like me who remember science fiction fro the 60's and 70's will enjoy it. A few of the sections seem a little "preachy" but that is forgivable too.


Jeff

I liked it pulled me this afternoon and sat here till it was done. Where's the next book!


Gordon Long

Sorry, but this book is not ready for presentation to the general public. I suspect it was written by someone for whom English is a second language. Constant misplacement of adverbs, for example ("…replied at once Wa".) All this could be fixed by a good editor.Otherwise, a fairly simple plot, suitable for the YA market, although some of the content perhaps isn't, and it's pretty long for kids.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Michel Poulin

Retired from the Canadian Forces after 32 years of service. Supplement pension with night job as security guard. Married, with two grown sons.

Other books by author...

  • From the Fields of Crimea to the Sands of Mars
    From the Fields of Crimea to the Sands of Mars Sci-fi Fantasy by Michel Poulin
    From the Fields of Crimea to the Sands of Mars
    From the Fields of Crimea to the Sands of Mars

    Reads:
    304

    Pages:
    699

    Published:
    Nov 2014

    This is the seventh and last book of the Time Patrol - Nancy Laplante series. From the streets of 1854 London to the battlefields of the Crimean War to the Fr...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

  • The Eris Protocol
    The Eris Protocol Sci-fi Fantasy by Michel Poulin
    The Eris Protocol
    The Eris Protocol

    Reads:
    1287

    Pages:
    197

    Published:
    Aug 2014

    THE ERIS PROTOCOL is a sequel to my previous novel JOVIAN UPRISING – 2315. The giant cargo ship KOSTROMA, owned and captained by Tina Forster, has returned t...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • Timeline Twin
    Timeline Twin Sci-fi Fantasy by Michel Poulin
    Timeline Twin
    Timeline Twin

    Reads:
    1022

    Pages:
    729

    Published:
    Mar 2014

    This is the sixth book in the Time Patrol series, on the adventures through time of Nancy Laplante. The original Nancy Laplante 'A' is dead. Killed in 2019 ...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • Destinies
    Destinies Sci-fi Fantasy by Michel Poulin
    Destinies
    Destinies

    Reads:
    1877

    Pages:
    749

    Published:
    Aug 2013

    This is the fifth book in the collection on the adventures through time of Nancy Laplante A, a Canadian war correspondent from the early 21st Century who is a...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

You may also like...

  • Across the Rainbow
    Across the Rainbow Sci-fi Fantasy by Chrys Romeo
    Across the Rainbow
    Across the Rainbow

    Reads:
    3

    Pages:
    79

    Published:
    Dec 2014

    A dystopian time where the Earth is covered by snow makes everything frozen, sinking in endless winter. People are hiding underground and there are more dange...

    Formats: PDF, Kindle, TXT

  • The Kingdom
    The Kingdom Sci-fi Fantasy by Guy Stanton III
    The Kingdom
    The Kingdom

    Reads:
    439

    Pages:
    693

    Published:
    Dec 2014

    The sands blow hollowly across the plains of time. Unseen by man an army was on the move, an army of darkness... Slowly over the course of centuries the truth...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle, TXT

  • The Book of the Living (The Eighth Power, Book 1)
    The Book of the Living (The Eighth Power, Book 1) Sci-fi Fantasy by Paul Lytle
    The Book of the Living (The Eighth Power, Book 1)
    The Book of the Living (The Eighth Power, Book 1)

    Reads:
    165

    Pages:
    72

    Published:
    Dec 2014

    A dark conspiracy takes the lives to two Prophets, and the remaining Prophets seek the infants who will replace their fallen allies. But the wicked ern are al...

    Formats: PDF, Epub, Kindle

  • Lizard-Alien Origins
    Lizard-Alien Origins Sci-fi Fantasy by Brandon Brace
    Lizard-Alien Origins
    Lizard-Alien Origins

    Reads:
    42

    Pages:
    30

    Published:
    Dec 2014

    In the year 3777, the human race are at war with an alien race called the Romosean - and they are losing. Desperate to regain the upper hand, the human govern...

    Formats: PDF, Epub

Remove