Twisted Spaces: 1 / Destination Mars


The first personal computer was not built in a multi-billion dollar research centre of a Fortune 500 company, but in a garage in California. The world’s first fusion reactor will not run in a high-tech corporate laboratory, but in an American backyard. And the first interstellar vessel …

Book 1: Destination Mars

Book 2: Epsilon Eridani

Book 3: Into the Galaxy

A group of young postgraduates builds a DIY space ship in a hidden location, using a brand new, superior technology. Their only voiced goal is to reach another star – with their own faster-than-light drive system. To lift off they need something they can’t create themselves – but they know who can.

So one day the director of CERN receives an unusual offer: two hyper technologies – artificial gravitation and antimatter production – in exchange for a small favour. Quickly it is clear: these technologies will change the face of world and they are worth trillions.

As overpopulation has become the most dangerous threat for humanity, even one habitable planet within reach would ease the population pressure and alter the destiny of a desperate growing mankind. The interstellar drive is the key – whoever controls it, controls the immediate future. Then there are also economical benefits: new worlds mean new resouces … and fortunes are to be made.

CERN is closely watched by all bigger intelligence services and the arrival of the Group’s precious data is leaked. Although the CERN had to promise to place the data into the public domain, a merciless hunt starts immediately: Earth’s superpowers want to get hold of the new technologies – and the Group members, no matter the price. And there are other interested parties …

A race starts that will determine the fate of our world.

But discovering a new inhabitable world is only the beginning – the group’s true intentions lie elsewhere.

Book 1: Destination Mars

Book 2: Epsilon Eridani

Book 3: Into the Galaxy