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9. Discover UNS Divine Scepter

Any way one looks at this starship, it was a technological marvel. It was built over a fifteen-year period by the Untied Nations Space Agency (UNSA) in their Lunar Yard facility and completed late in 2084. Divine Scepter, originally intended as a long-range exploration ship, had design features that made it possible to expand the ship’s size from parts manufactured aboard. Continue reading “9. Discover UNS Divine Scepter”

1. Genesis 2181 CE: UNS Divine Scepter Arrives

Attempting to save humanity from total annihilation by the self-aware ‘Omega Virus’, the United Nations Security Council organized and launched a giant colonizer ship, dubbed ‘United Nations Ship Divine Scepter’, in 2086 CE, with just under a million souls aboard. The Scepter arrived at its destination, the planet Genesis, in 2181 CE. The leaders of this divided community are the grandchildren of the original survivors that left Earth almost a century before. Continue reading “1. Genesis 2181 CE: UNS Divine Scepter Arrives”

7. #RRBC: How Did the U.N. Take Over Space Travel?

Nonnie Jules is the founder and President of RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB, as well as interviewer of RRBC authors in the famed, “Who’s On The Shelf With Nonnie?” interviews. Her interviewing skills are legendary and she decided to accompany Author, John Fioravanti, through space and time to another galaxy 700 years into the future. Nonnie’s goal is to meet the key personalities on planet Genesis featured in Fioravanti’s series, The Genesis Saga, and utilize her formidable skills to find out something more about these characters. This scene is the seventh of many, which will follow.

Nonnie and John have followed their host, Professor Marco Rossini, back into his formal living room in his home on the UGC campus. They have settled back into their armchairs and look expectantly at Marco, who is about to explain to Nonnie how the UN was in a position to launch the mission into deep space to a planet they believed was habitable. Continue reading “7. #RRBC: How Did the U.N. Take Over Space Travel?”