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Fallen Metropolis: Omnibus Edition brings together three stories in the Galactic Waste universe in one package! It includes the...

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Details of Fallen Metropolis: Omnibus Edition (Galactic Waste Book 1)

Exact title of the book
Fallen Metropolis: Omnibus Edition (Galactic Waste Book 1)
Book author
Matthew J. Barbeler
Book edition
Kindle Edition
Number of pages
488 pages
ISBN (ASIN)
B07SG57KFZ
Published
June 6th 2019 by Nervous Monkeys
File size (in PDF)
1952 kB
Fallen Metropolis: Omnibus Edition (Galactic Waste Book 1)

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Fallen Metropolis: Omnibus Edition brings together three stories in the Galactic Waste universe in one package! It includes the full-length scifi horror novel Fallen Metropolis, its prequel novella The Fall of Metropolis Seven, and the short story The Traveler! Remastered and ready to take over the galaxy, the Fallen Metropolis Omnibus is a relentless thrill ride that takes hold from the first page and doesn’t let go until the last.

Draco Goldwing and his crew of intrepid space marines detect a distress signal in unfriendly space. The Metropolis Seven, a long-vacationer starship on a ten-year cruise around the galaxy, is floating adrift in the crushing gravity of a binary star system. The 100,000 passengers and crew on board are set to roast unless Draco and the crew intervene.

The massive ship is as silent as a crypt. The ship has been taken over by something not seen before in the entire galaxy’s history. Something hungry.

Captain Goldwing leads a mission aboard the Metropolis Seven while the remaining crew members of the Icarus play babysitter with a psychotic madman who will stop at nothing to reclaim his freedom. Praise for Metro 7: A fun genre romp, equal parts Aliens, Dead Space, The Thing, and Romero. - Stuart Hodge Sci-Fi with credible worldbuilding, pathos and plot.

Deep space gets grim. - Luke Monks A journey through a cold, dark hell. - Taig Praise for The Fall of Metropolis Seven: A must-read epilogue or prologue to the exceptional and terrifying Metro 7.

- Taig The prequel to Hellscream's Metropolis 7 plays out like a gore soaked heavy metal space-opera. - Luke Monks This book includes remastered and reworked versions of the original stories Metro 7, The Fall of Metropolis Seven, and The Traveler originally published under the pseudonym Matthew J. Hellscream.