Voices of Hope by David Feintuch

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Decades have passed since Nick Seafort battled the vicious aliens. Now, in the fifth installment of the celebrated Seafort Saga, it’s trouble on Earth that looms . . .
Everyone knows Nick Seafort as “the Fisherman”—the hero who stopped the merciless, fishlike aliens when they attacked Earth. Voices of Hope picks up with Seafort decades later, after he’s retired as the Secretary General of the United Nations. Despite his trappings of power, he has been unable to aid the so-called transpops, desperate people who live in the dangerous lower levels of New York City. When Seafort’s son, Philip, follows a friend into the streets of New York, he encounters the transpop culture—one evolved to exist in the shadows and operate with ruthless efficiency. The trannies are a powder keg ready to blow, and a water shortage appears to be the spark to prove that humans can be far more dangerous than any outer-space alien. Long ago, Seafort had braved these violent streets to find his wife; now he must return to save his son.

About David Feintuch

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David Feintuch worked as an antiques dealer, photographer, real-estate investor and attorney before becoming a full-time writer. His lifelong interest in the British Navy and the Napoleonic era provided background material for the Seafort Saga, for which he won the John W. Campbell Award as best new writer for 1996. David Feintuch died in 2006.
Published January 8, 2013 by Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy. 544 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, War. Fiction

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