Glassidor by Lewis A. Walmsley

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Glassidor is the story of a mother’s love, duty, and devotion, in her protection of Earth’s children. Dee, a space nomad, arrives on this blue planet in 1620 AD to recover a lost artifact sent there by her ancestors 74 million years earlier. Dee’s mission proves easier said than done and is complicated by a galactic war that is raging light-years away. The threat is mounting, and if this war is lost, a whole lot will change, and humans everywhere will face annihilation. The war between humankind and the sinister Muss will eventually turn up on Earth in the prophecy of Armageddon, but if Dee, with guidance from her creator, can accomplish her mission and find the relic, she will be the only woman in this galaxy that might be able to prevent the inevitable. Although this novel is pure science fiction, it will draw the reader into parallels of recent world history and offers interesting snippets for the folklorists among us.

About Lewis A. Walmsley

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Lewis was born in Dartford Kent England in 1950, son of the local Barber Christopher Walmsley. He won entry into the prestigious Dartford Technical High School for boys in 1961 later graduating in 1968. By 1973, he had married his first wife Madeline, and they had three sons, Daryl, Jason, and Lee. He reflects “Britain’s economic outlook in those days was pretty awful and not an environment in which to bring up my kids”, so the family migrated to Toronto Canada in 1974 when Lewis accepted an engineering position with a Canadian fastener manufacturer. He spent the next thirty years in the Canadian Screw-machine manufacturing industries and created several companies that manufacture and supply components to the North American automotive industry. “I have passed the baton to my kids, now that I am satisfied that they can handle it, and am taking some time to write”. Lewis now resides in Freeport on Grand Bahama Island where in his words; he spends his days ‘scribbling’. ‘Glassidor’ is his first work with a sequel almost print ready.
Published April 20, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 186 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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