711 Press publishes first space opera
Friday, May 31, 2013 at 8:20AM
Jaime Vendera, Co-Publisher in after earth, battlestar galactica, elysium, oblivion, space opera, star trek, star wars

With the rise of space epics over the past few years with the relaunch of Battlestar Galactica, and now Disney buying the rights to Star Wars, as well as new movies such as After Earth, Oblivion, and Elysium hitting the big screen, 711 Press has joined the ranks with the release of Phoenix Earth. The first complete season is now available with the second complete season to be released at the end of June, 2013. Phoenix Earth is another show in our TV Book line, featuring episodic titles which are compiled to form a full TV Book season. That's 13 action-packed episodes (or "bookisodes") in all. Each one will take you roughly 30 minutes to read.

About This Season:

After the final cataclysm claimed Earth, and seeding failed on Mars, the surviving humans had only one choice—seek out a new planet or die. Eventually, the surviving humans discovered Malakar, a small planet millions of miles away. In time, the two races merged, creating a new breed called Maluan. However, racism soon spread throughout the planet and the human and Maluans faced total extinction by evil Malakarans known as Creks. In a politically charged move to sweep the planet clean of all non-purebloods, the descendants of the human race are forced off Malakar to relocate to a planet dubbed X67 by Malakaran authorities. What unfolds is a maniacal scheme to destroy the Maluans and humans before they reach their new home, forcing them to leap at the speed of thought to a dead planet no one has seen in more than five hundred years: Earth. 
Phoenix Earth follows the lives of an eclectic group as they bond together to stay alive and begin anew as they discover new alien races and struggle to help Earth rise from the ashes.
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