The Gatespace Trilogy
Pinball (The Gatespace Trilogy, #1)
Steven Denver is a writer struggling to find a plot for his next novel, the success of which — or lack of — will mean the continuance or the demise of his career.
But when he stumbles upon a strange green whirlpool near his home, he discovers that it is a gateway through space and time.
Exploring the Gatespace beyond leads him into worlds unknown and adventures that defy the imagination, perfect fuel for the creativity of an author…
But there’s just one complication… will he ever make it home to write that book?
“Author Seeger’s book was a very good read, His resolution of time travel paradox was well done. I enjoyed his characters, and found his prose exceptional. He also took the time to expertly proof-read his copy. I’m looking forward to reading Replay.” by Robert Marshall
“I love the musical accompaniment ! It’s as if I’m plugged in to the writer’s iPod . The only thing that would make it better would be to have the actual playlist going as I read. remember when Reservation Blues by Sherman Alexie came with a CD? I also love the real family that inhabits the story. What they are willing to do for each other is tremendous, but credible. And, I can’t help quoting the movie Fool’s Gold, “now there’s a man who loves his wife!” Action, Sci Fi, love story, and repurposing spry cans! Something for everyone.” by Mary Henson
Rick Harper is part of a research team that stumbles upon the secret of the mysterious Gatespace first seen in PINBALL.
When he is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, he decides to attempt using the technology to influence his own past and try to add years to the time he has to spend with his beloved Stefanie — with disastrous results.
“I really enjoyed this book, though not quite as much as the first one. In a nutshell, I didn’t feel the science was nearly as tight and the author took a few “Back to the Future”-style liberties with temporal mechanics. Normally that’s fine, but the first book was more rigorous and this one caught me off-guard.” by Sir Readalot
“The mind warping idea of time traveling
was explained in a very believable and scientific manner, all the while carrying the reader on a rollicking adventure.
To say I could not put these books down is the utmost truth. Go ahead and get these books! If you are sci-fi connoisseur,
you will not be sorry in the least. Alan Seeger has a bright shining future as an author of this genre, in my humble opinion.” by Schmidtrock
In TILT, the final installment of the Gatespace Trilogy, decades have passed since ChroNova’s original discovery of the Gates, and the company’s prohibition against using the technology for things like sightseeing have become all but ignored — which may have the minor side effect of resulting in the mass extinction of all humanity. Will Nigel, Terry and Sarah be able to reverse the actions that threaten the safety of the entire world?
Alan Seeger was born in San Francisco, California, in 1959 to two transplants from Missouri. He grew up in Denver and Oklahoma City, and spent ten years in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas. He now lives on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, where he has been since 2007.