Book Review: But The Stars by Peter Cawdron


Here’s a great review of my latest novel But the Stars by The Indie Athenaeum

The Indie Athenaeum

Book Title: But The Stars

Author: Peter Cawdron

Publication Date: March 27, 2020

Available on: Amazon as an eBook and as a paperback

Indie Athenaeum Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars


It’s the 22nd century and the crew of their starship Acheron is in orbit, exploring the distant ice world of P4 around the star WISE 5571. After establishing a research station, they’re there for several months and along the way, they noticed that they were not alone and an unusual life form was there!

In an effort to escape the planet and its pc-3zekielinhabitants, things go sideways and their lives are at risk as the research station begins falling apart around them! Trying to escape, Dante, the ship’s flight surgeon, won’t leave her friends behind. But tentacles slither out of the darkness and grab her legs! Falling unconscious, she awakens on her ship like nothing…

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