This is a gripping, taught, and fun techno, scifi, spy thriller. This first book takes place on Earth and Earth Orbit. The second book is off to the planets! The pace is crisp and characters you can care about.— From Paul's Picks
A stunning first contact thriller from the NY Times bestselling science fiction author whose books have sold more than 150,000 copies.
A mysterious alien ship is orbiting Europa.
A handful of astronauts must voyage to Jupiter to face the threat, alone.
During a classified mission to the ISS, astronaut Jack Kildare picks up an eerie signal. An alien spaceship is orbiting distant, icy Europa. It looks derelict ... but is it? As fear sweeps across Earth, NASA spearheads a frenzied effort to build a ship capable of traveling to Jupiter to confront the alien menace.
Technology intertwines with espionage and sabotage in a race against the clock. Fighting for his rightful place in the mission, Jack finds himself submerged in a world of secrets, international power games, and cold-blooded murder.
Earth needs a man like Jack ... but someone doesn't want him going back to space, ever.
Can Jack defeat the saboteurs in time to save humanity? Or will the alien threat triumph?You'll love Freefall because it's a a scarily plausible first contact thriller blending hard science fiction and edge-of-your seat action. You won't need a calculator to follow the story, but if you'd like to build a spaceship to the Spirit of Destiny's specifications, it really will take you to Jupiter ($300 billion budget not included.)The Earth's Last Gambit QuartetFreefallLifeboatShiplordKillshotPraise for Felix R. Savage:"Prepare to be Savaged in this masterpiece of Sci-Fi adventure, that leaves you stunned, awed and captivated as you follow the desperate plight of the crew of the SoD " -- Jas P, Amazon Reviewer
"Thumbs up, ready for the next round of excitement Great sci fi. Each day of reading is like the next episode of my favorite show." -- Ted P, Amazon Reviewer
"I absolutely loved these books I couldn't put them down. The personalities of all, human and alien alike, were intoxicating." --Natalie Paesani, Amazon Reviewer