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B.C.CHASE is the internationally bestselling author of the Paradeisia Trilogy, which critics have hailed as one of the greatest franchises of our time.* His electrifying talent for combining the latest in scientific breakthroughs with edge-of-your-seat thrills has earned him a reputation as a master of suspense. Amazon has named him among its top 10 Sci-fi authors. He is the 2019 winner of the Sci-Fi Publishers Weekly Booklife Prize.
“COMPULSIVELY READABLE…PACKED WITH MYSTERIES AND SURPRISES…ENOUGH DETAIL TO THRILL FANS OF THE MARTIAN.”
-HUGO AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR TIM PRATT
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“CHASE HAS THE RAW TALENT FOR WRITING, AND THE WAY HE’S ABLE TO PUT YOU RIGHT INSIDE THE MAIN CHARACTER’S HEAD IS FANTASTIC.”
“CHASE HAS MASTERED THE ART OF WRITING SUSPENSE.”
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“IN TRUE CRICHTON STYLE, CHASE TAKES ELEMENTS OF KNOWN SCIENCE, EXPLORES THEIR EXTREME POTENTIAL, AND BUILDS A MYSTERY AROUND SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES.”
Santa Claus: The King of the Elves Abridged Children’s Edition
Santa Claus: The King of the Elves
Glass: A Motion Picture Script
Paradeisia: Origin of Paradise
Paradeisia: Violation of Paradise
Paradeisia: Fall of Paradise
I am excited to announce a new audiobook for Planet Pluto (Pluto’s Ghost) featuring veteran Hollywood actor Steve Carlson is underway. Also set for release this summer is Cataton, an alien invasion thriller. Deep Mind, a sci-fi adventure in the spirit of such classics as Michael Crichton’s Sphere or Robin Cook’s Abduction, is in the …
According to a new study that examined the wing structure of three Archaeopteryx specimens, the animals which have been assigned to the late Jurassic period (150 mil. years old) likely flew short distances through the use of a quick flapping action (very much like modern birds). This is news because, according to extant literature, dinosaurs …
These pictures are from my research trip during the summer for Pluto’s Ghost.