Alienation by S.E. Anderson

Alienation by S.E. Anderson

First rule of insterstellar travel: Don't get lost without your alien

About the Book

Sally Webber’s dream is coming true: Zander is back and taking her out for a night on the town–on a planet hundreds of light years away from Earth. But when an accident separates her from her alien tour guide, she’s thrown into the seedy underbelly of an insane city where nothing is as it seems. Suddenly lost and desperate to get back home, Sally is willing to do anything to get out, even if it means accepting spontaneous marriage proposals, crashing some fancy parties, or joining what appears to be the space mob. All she wanted was some decent interstellar pizza, but now it might be the end of the world as evil nanobots and an out of control AI try to take the universe by force, and the only one who can stop them is missing in action. Sally has no choice but to try to stop them herself–if she can stay alive that long.

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Endorsements
S.E. Anderson continues the galactic hijinks, action, and humor. A delightfully funny read.
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Author:
Series: Starstruck, Book 2
Genres: Humour, Science Fiction
Publisher: Bolide Publishing Limited
Publication Year: 2017
Format: eBook, paperback, large print paperback, Hardcover
Length: Paperback: 366 pages
ASIN: B074XLMQB4
ISBN: 0995778965
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List Price: $14.99
eBook Price: $0.00-$2.99
About the Author
S.E. Anderson

S.E. Anderson can’t ever tell you where she’s from. Not because she doesn’t want to, but because it inevitably leads to a confusing conversation where she goes over where she was born (England) where she grew up (France) and where her family is from (USA) and it tends to make things very complicated.

She’s lived pretty much her entire life in the South of France, except for a brief stint where she moved to Washington DC, or the eighty years she spent as a queen of Narnia before coming back home five minutes after she had left. Currently, she goes to university in Marseille, where she’s studying Physics and aiming for a career in Astrophysics.

When she’s not writing, or trying to science, she’s either reading, designing, crafting, or attempting to speak with various woodland creatures in an attempt to get them to do household chores for her. She could also be gaming, or pretending she’s not watching anything on Netflix.