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DEFEAT OF THE TOTTALAX: SOLBIDYUM WARS SAGA - BOOK 6

DEFEAT OF THE TOTTALAX: SOLBIDYUM WARS SAGA - BOOK 6

by Dale Musser

ASIN: B0145ZX1S8

Publisher DM Books

Published in Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Book Description

The continuing saga of Thibodaux James Renwalt and hsi adventures as the richest and most powerful man in the universe and his fight to preserve the Galactic Federation

Sample Chapter

A year has passed since the rescue of Tibby and Kalana from the planet Desolation and the defeat of the Brotherhood fleets at the battles of Kendrop, Gochian and Spellhes. Tibby’s twin children, Lunnie and Reidecor, are now walking, talking, and amazing him at every turn. Since their recent victories over the Brotherhood of Light, the growing Federation fleet has added ships of new designs and expanded their military troops. However, despite suffering a series of major defeats, the Brotherhood has continued their expansion, relentlessly raiding and occupying several outlying planets. With the Senate’s recent approval of the War Powers Act, Tibby now has authorization to pursue the Federation’s enemies beyond Federation territory. Tibby decides to take the war to the Brotherhood and their allies by seeking out and destroying remote enemy bases wherever they exist. During his mission, Tibby learns from a Ruwallie Rasson trader that an exiled member of Tottalax is rumored to be living on the aquatic world of Irribis. Tibby goes there, hoping to find this exile and learn the secret location of the Tottalax planet. Meanwhile, Cantolla and A’Lappe continue to assist the Federation in their war efforts by creating more Cantolla gates, which make it possible to move instantaneously between two locations in the universe. The Brotherhood tries to capture the gate transfer stations, in hopes of gaining the technology behind this strategically valuable form of travel. Tibby finds himself at odds with Admiral Regeny when he tries to save Weccies, a banking planet that is not part of the Federation.

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Dale Musser

Dale Musser

Dale Musser was born in 1944 in a small rural community in Pennsylvania. From 1967 until 2012 he was employed as a structural and piping designer in the marine and offshore industry, the cogeneration power industry and in hard rock metal mining. His work at three shipyards and assignments with several engineering and naval architectural firms during his career in Virginia, Texas, and Maine took him to such places as London, U.K., Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., Scotland and Mexico. During this time, he was responsible for the design of reactor compartments for nuclear aircraft carriers and submarines for the U.S. Navy and the structural designs of numerous offshore semisubmersible oil rigs, tanker ships, supply boats, and other vessels and equipment used in the offshore industry. After the death of his wife in 1999, Mr. Musser changed careers and went to work in Arizona and Utah in the hard rock mining industry. He retired in fall of 2012 and currently resides in Mesa, Arizona; however, his plans for the near future involve a move to New Mexico.

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