The Cosmic City (The Stolen Future Book 3) by Brian K. Lowe

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Brian K. Lowe is a prolific writer of science fiction and fantasy novels. He is the author of The Cosmic City (The Stolen Future Book 3) (2017 and 2018). Learn more about the author and his book, as well as ratings and reviews on the latter.

Brian K. Lowe is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), with over 40 story publications to his credit. He has also published seven novels, including his Stolen Future trilogy, the first two books of which are The Invisible City and The Secret City.

He says: It seems I’ve been writing all my life, and for some reason I’ve always been attracted to the odd, the unusual. In junior high English, I wasn’t satisfied with using the characters from our grammar books for my exercises; I had to use Tarzan and Jane. I guess the teacher was amused, at least, because she never complained. In tenth grade I wrote a “novel” featuring my two best friends and me as space cadets. (No comments from the peanut gallery; it got me 100 extra credit points. Come to think of it, that was the first time I got “paid” for a story.)

In 2008, I attended the Taos Toolbox advanced writing workshop offered by award-winning author Walter Jon Williams, featuring Kelly Link as his co-instructor and Stephen R. Donaldson as guest lecturer. It was there that I learned about the Codex Writers Group, an invaluable source of news, advice, and support that I recommend to all newly-minted authors.

Now let’s take a closer look at the book story.


In the conclusion to The Stolen Future trilogy, Keryl Clee finds himself at the center of a crisis which could mean the destruction not only on Earth, but of Time itself.

Hostages of a time-traveling madman who is creating an army from the past to conquer the world of the future, before Clee and Lady Maire can defeat him they must come to grips with the shocking truth behind the 300-year-old Nuum invasion of Earth.

Beset by new and powerful enemies, betrayed by the Council of Nobles itself, Keryl Clee has one last chance to unite the peoples of Earth–Nuum and Thoran, human and non-human alike–because even he is powerless against those who are coming from beyond the stars to reach…The Cosmic City.

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