She’s the only woman Mitchell’s ever loved.
Everybody, including her husband, believes he’s responsible.
Nobody believes his tale of an abandoned alien base on Paragon’s only moon.
If Mitchell can’t find some way to reach the mysterious coordinates he found inside, he’s going to spend the rest of his life in prison.
The only problem.
The coordinates are in the middle of deep space and his ship’s moored at a heavily fortified station orbiting Paragon.
Uthuru is a page-turning science fiction adventure in the tradition of Larry Niven’s Ringworld, Iain Bank’s Consider Phlebas and Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card.
What Mitchell finds not only reveals the truth behind the Traveler war, it will forever change man’s place in the universe.
“Paul Biagi’s debut novel is a classic science fiction exploration story with strong horror and romance elements. Set in the aftermath of an alien invasion, Uthuru has a military bent, with an emphasis on technology and artificial intelligence and their impact on human society and political systems.”