Welcome to the author site for the English Science Fiction and Fantasy writer Janet Edwards.
Janet Edwards’s latest release is Sol 2781, the third of three novel-length sequels to the short story Hera 2781.
Major Drago Tell Dramis is celebrating the fact that the saboteur has been caught, and the Earth solar arrays will be safe now. The arrest of a member of the main board of Hospital Earth has consequences though. As Drago hits orbital levels of fury, and declares his own personal war against Hospital Earth, he’s hit by even more unexpected problems.
There’s a joke that says one birth member of the Tell clan attracts trouble, two birth members of the Tell clan invite minor disasters, while three is the critical mass that triggers cataclysmic events. As the danger mounts, the question is whether Drago and his two cousins, Jaxon and Gemelle, can prove an alternative theory. Are three members of the Tell clan really the critical mass that resolves cataclysmic events?
This extra-long novel concludes the Drago Tell Dramis 2781 sequence of Hera 2781, Hestia 2781, Array 2781, and Sol 2781.
Cover depicts the combination ship.
(Best read after the short story Hera 2781, and the novel-length Hestia 2781 and Array 2781.)
The completed Drago Tell Dramis sequence set in 2781
Janet’s most recent books are:-
The Earth Girl Trilogy from Pyr and Harper Voyager
The EARTH GIRL trilogy is science fiction for both adult and older young adult readers, set in a distant future where humanity portals between hundreds of colony worlds . . . except for the unfortunate few whose immune system can’t handle living anywhere else but Earth. Jarra was sent to Earth at birth to save her life and abandoned by her parents. She can’t travel to other worlds, but she can watch their vids, and she knows all the jokes they make. She’s an “ape,” a “throwback,” but this is one ape girl who won’t give in.
- Voted a Teens’ Top Ten title 2014.
- A Tayshas 2014 choice.
- Kirkus starred review for a book of exceptional merit.
- A Kirkus best book of 2013.
- Booklist starred review for being outstanding in its genre.
- Booklist Editors’ Choice: Books for Youth, 2013.
- An Amazon.co.uk best Young Adult book of 2012.
- A Kobobooks.com best Young Adult book of 2012.