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The Wayward Astronomer

Geoffrey Thomas

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  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 978-0-9978235-0-9
  • Publication Date: 2017-05-09
  • Corvus Publishing LLC

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The Wayward Astronomer

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Hal Adhil and Miri Rodgers are best friends. They spend their days working at a small observatory in the Starfall Mountains beyond the metropolis of Anduruna. Miri is the only person Hal trusts to understand a dangerous secret: Hal can see all wavelengths of light. Hal uses his superpower only when they are free from prying eyes that could report them to the authorities. The lives of Hal and Miri quickly change one night, however, when a meteor crashes into the nearby mountains. When they set out to retrieve the fallen star, it quickly becomes apparent that things are not what they seem. What appeared to be an ordinary meteor is in fact a strange power source that Hal and Miri are not the only ones looking for. In order to rescue his closest companion, Hal must not only unravel a mystery that has eluded his people for ages, but also face unsavory characters from his own past. Can Hal, the Wayward Astronomer, harness his supernatural powers to rescue his friend before time runs out?

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Geoffrey Thomas

Geoffrey Thomas is an American author, blogger, and aerospace engineer. Born in Hartford, CT in 1987, he spent most of his childhood in Rhode Island, growing up not far from the edge of Narragansett Bay. Writing has always been a strong passion of his, and The Wayward Astronomer is his first published work. He maintains an online blog called "The Adventures of Geo", which chronicles the adventures of his day to day life. When not working on rocket engines, Geoff enjoys riding his motorcycle, traveling to new places, and writing short author bios in the third person. He currently lives in Midland, TX, but insists that the world itself is his home.