The Exiled Earthborn: The Earthborn Trilogy, Book 2


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5.5 X 1.1 X 8.1 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author

Paul Tassi decided after years of consuming science fiction through a steady diet of books, movies, TV shows, and video games to write his own stories in the genre. He didn't imagine he'd ever actually finish a single book, but now that he's started writing, he doesn't want to stop. Paul writes for Forbes, and his work has also appeared on IGN, the Daily Dot, Unreality, TVOvermind, and more. He lives with his beautiful and supportive wife in Chicago.


Praise for The Exiled Earthborn

"Again, Tassi delivers a fast-paced action novel that hums along . . . a solid read that is perfect for a quiet weekend." --San Francisco Book Review

"The space war between the human Sorans and their former slaves, the alien Xalan, continues in this fast-paced second Earthborn tale of raids and rescues. . . . A cliff-hanger ending almost demands that readers return for the concluding volume." --Publishers Weekly

Praise for The Last Exodus

"In The Last Exodus, Tassi succeeds in weaving together the space and post-apocalypse sub-genres into an enthralling adventure story of survival, trust, and hope. . . . Bottom line: a quick read, very enjoyable, highly recommended." --Geeks of Doom

"What would happen if you threw Independence Day, The Walking Dead, and Guardians of the Galaxy into a blender? I can't say for sure, but it'd probably look something like The Last Exodus. Tassi's book is a clear, clever and action-packed romp that will undoubtedly appeal to sci-fi veterans and novices alike." --Blake Harris, author of Console Wars

"Readers of Paul Tassi's The Last Exodus should get strapped in for a thrilling ride--this guy can really tell a tale!" --Michael Cobley, author of the Humanity's Fire trilogy

"A well-grounded, grim tale of first contact . . . Debut novelist Tassi gifts his characters with solid motivations and understandable responses to the postapocalyptic setting." --Publishers Weekly