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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, in The 9th Colony by Colin Curtis, decorator Simon Chambers’ life is changed forever when he is ransported to another galaxy to lead a resistance group that debunks Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.
The 9th Colony
Colin Curtis delivers an impressive sci-fi tale that is set in the present and has the repudiation of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution at its core. The author is naturally intrigued by conspiracy theories and the possibility of alien life due to the fact that he has personally experienced an unexplainable encounter.
Simon Chambers is a decorator who works on home renovations and thinks work will continue as usual, but he couldn’t be more wrong. When a mysterious spacecraft hovers over him one sunny day in June, Simon is sent on a strange an unexpected journey.
For very nearly 200 years, Earth’s populace has been brainwashed into accepting that Darwin’s Theory Of Evolution is real. With his life in danger, Simon is going to figure out this couldn’t possibly be more wrong.
Simon escapes after being taken by an alien race and transported to another galaxy, then forms a resistance group working to uncover the truth about the originals of humanity, and thus change humankind’s existence forever.
With passion for his subject clearly woven through, as well as a thorough understanding of the hypothesis he plans to debunk, The 9th Colony is a clever first nove that will have readers keen for more from Colin Curtis.
Born in Essex, Colin Curtis has goneon to live in different nations in Europe while working in the construction industry.
After a brief, unexplained encounter, he believes that many science fiction conspiracy theories hold some truth.
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