Introducing, from ReAnimus Press: VENGEANCE OF ORION by Ben Bova http://ReAnimus.com/1416?s=5 (available in both ebook and paperback [$15.99, 334 pages]) Fresh from a space battle, Orion finds himself thrust back in time to confront gods in the ancient world, to Greece where he must prevent the Greek army from destroying the citadel of Troy, to Jericho to bring down the walls, to Egypt... If he fails, he will lose the only woman he has ever loved. But if he succeeds, the history of the world will be changed forever. Praise for the Orion Saga "Nonstop action and mind-bending concepts combine to make Orion absolutely unforgettable. . . . Bova brings it to life on a canvas spread over time and space." --Isaac Asimov "Slambang SF adventure mingles with speculative theology in this gripping story of an immortal's hatred, a mortal's love, and a death-struggle that spans a million years." --Spider Robinson on Orion "Six-time Hugo Award winner Bova doesn't disappoint!" --Los Angeles Daily News on Orion in the Dying Time "Bova's adroit use of detail makes the setting ring true; his depictions of historical personages as well as his fictional creations are psychologically sound. The sounds, the scents, and the sensibility of the ancient world permeate this well-wrought adventure." --Publishers Weekly on Orion and the Conqueror "Bova creates characters that come alive on the page. . . . It is perfectly paced so that the reader has trouble putting the book down." --The Clarion-Ledger on Orion in the Dying Time "Bova presents enough solid historical backing to give the story a ring of authenticity." --Starlog on Orion and the Conqueror "Rip-roaring science fiction . . . tightly-constructed and fast-moving." --Science Fiction Chronicle on Orion in the Dying Time "One of the best SF military series around." --VOYA on Orion Among the Stars About the Author Ben Bova is a six-time winner of the Hugo Award and many other awards, including the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Novel of the Year and the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation. He is the former editor of Analog and Omni magazines, and the author of over a hundred books, both fiction and non-fiction. Bova has served as president of both Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. and the National Space Society. He lives in Florida.