A hideous accident kills the senior officers of UNS Hibernia--leaving a terrified young officer to save three hundred colonists and crew aboard a damaged ship on a seventeen-month gauntlet to reach the colony of Hope Nation. With no chance of rescue or reinforcement, Nicholas Seafort must overcome despair, exhaustion, guilt; he must conquer malfunctions, mutiny, and an alien horror beyond human understanding. He must save lives. And he must take them, in the name of duty.
The silent hell of deep space holds certain death for the unwary. The innocent. The untrained. It is the task of the U.N. Navy to defend the starways, no matter what the danger...the cost in lives. Facing light-years of travel between Earth and the interstellar colonies, only an iron-willed leader can bring his ship safely through the infinite night. An alien attack and an admiral's betrayal leave a wounded Commander Nicholas Seafort stranded aboard a doomed ship of arrogant colonists and violent street children. His crew is rebellious, his ship short of weapons, fuel, food. Easy prey for the
There is no refuge in the galactic abyss. Aboard a starship or groundside, safety is an illusion. Terrifying creatures of the void menace the fragile lives clinging to the shores of the oceans beyond. Assigned to Hope Nation while recovering from injuries, Captain Nicholas Seafort is appointed liaison to the wealthy planters of the verdant colony planet. But, reeling from a savage alien attack, the U.N. space flotilla flees homeward, and the colonists seize their moment to rebel. His beloved wife and closest friends gone, Seafort must halt a revolution and rally the ravaged colony against the
Newly appointed Naval Commandant Nicholas Seafort's past unexpectedly catches up with him when an evil politician blackmails him into giving up his commission. But then an alien attack revives Nick's career, and soon he will lead Earth's defenses against annihilation. Alone at the center of a cosmic apocalypses, Nick will face his most challenging battle.
Voices of Hope finds Nicholas Seafort retired from the U.N. Navy. He remains a worldwide celebrity but lives in seclusion with his wife and son. He is unable to keep out of the public eye completely, however, for there is a movement afoot to wipe clean the streets of New York City. Horrified at the plans, he risks his own life to bring about a more humane rebuilding to Earth's cities.
Nicholas Seafort, Secretary General of the UN, is fiercely determined to clean up the planet, despite the fact that his plans clash head on with his beloved UN Navy's mission to colonize the stars.
The Barnes & Noble ReviewChildren of Hope takes David Feintuch's Seafort saga in a new -- and totally surprising -- direction. The story is told from the point of view of Randolph Carr, the 14-year-old son of the deceased Derek Carr, whose tragic death Randy blames on the former SecGen, Nicholas Seafort. Randy is a headstrong kid who just can't seem to keep out of trouble. His only real family is his mother, a religious fanatic who is (more often than not) lost in a chemically induced dreamland, and Anthony, the young leader of the most powerful family on Hope Nation. Within the first 10 p
When Queen Elana dies, underaged Rodrigo's status as the rightful king is instantly threatened by the ambitions of his uncle. Despite his personal shortcomings and manifest lack of readiness to rule, he has loyal friends and allies and they help him first to flee his uncle and, gradually, to fight and win the most important battle of the war for Caledon: the struggle to command himself. Only then can he begin to claim his kingdom. This isn't a sanitized Fantasyland, nor is it a comfortable story. David Feintuch doesn't flinch from the violence and roughness of his medieval setting, and his de