Omaha, NE, Mar 25, 2019 — FTB Pathway Publications is proud to announce the latest release of Pathway to the Stars: Part 6, Erin Carter — a continuum to the revolutionary Space Opera series ‘Pathway To The Stars’ by Sci-Fi & Fantasy Author Matthew J Opdyke.
This is the sixth in the “Pathway to the Stars” space saga booklet series. There is a lot for Vesha to learn, and she will become phenomenal, as this story progresses. Each ability she experiences in others, her optimized mind will be capable of learning and expounding upon. Vesha learns about Erin Carter, as she journeys with her dream-angel, Sky, in training with Yesha Alevtina, the President of a futuristic organization called Pathway.
Yesha shows and teaches Vesha about a darling young girl and genius, named Erin Carter. It is Amber Blythe’s primary mission, to develop a cure for Hutchison-Gilford-Progeria Syndrome. What’s more, she will need a dual cure. This must be something that will be immediate, using Pathway’s biopods, and equally viable using legacy laboratories and systems, which are considered the highest tech in the public world. With the early signs of the diseases of aging taking a toll on young Erin, it is a race against time to ensure she can realize the full potential that Eliza Williams, the founder of Pathway, sees in her, when it comes to loving and saving the Universe one scientific achievement and step at a time! Enjoy Erin’s beginning journey, in the sixth of a multi-story series, called Pathway to the Stars!
“We can guide you, we can answer questions whenever you have them, but the greatest learning comes from freedom.” ~ Eliza Williams, “Pathway to the Stars: Part 6, Erin Carter”
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– Series: Pathway to the Stars (Book 6)
– Paperback: 192 pages
– Publisher: Independently published (March 21, 2019)
– Language: English
– ISBN-10: 1091095426
– ISBN-13: 978-1091095427
– Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.5 x 8 inches
– Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
Matthew J Opdyke
FTB Pathway Publications