New Frontier

New Frontier In this speculative fiction alternate history novel what if Ronald Reagan became President in instead and the Space Race turned out differently He continues with the moon landings and declares

  • Title: New Frontier
  • Author: Cliff Ball
  • ISBN: 1230000025590
  • Page: 157
  • Format: ebook
  • In this speculative fiction alternate history novel, what if Ronald Reagan became President in 1976 instead and the Space Race turned out differently He continues with the moon landings, and declares that a moon base would be established by 1979, followed by a Mars Base by 1989 The Soviets decide to up the ante by building an interstellar starship, and send it on its wayIn this speculative fiction alternate history novel, what if Ronald Reagan became President in 1976 instead and the Space Race turned out differently He continues with the moon landings, and declares that a moon base would be established by 1979, followed by a Mars Base by 1989 The Soviets decide to up the ante by building an interstellar starship, and send it on its way as the US establishes a permanent presence on the Moon The US builds a space station, followed by a base on Mars, that will eventually be turned into a colony.The rest of Earth follows the original timeline, so terrorism rears its ugly head, which will forever change American politics Iran and its attempt at taking hostages is taken care of in 1979, but a new threat emerges because of it The new POTUS has to pursue these enemies of the US to secure America s future We follow America s progress from Moon to Mars, along with the Teacher in Space Program, to an eventual starship mission out of the solar system, which will continue in book two.

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    About “Cliff Ball

    • Cliff Ball

      I m a Christian first and foremost My novels are written from my worldview, so they have either Christian or Conservative themes in them I live in Texas, have a BA and Technical Writing Certificate from University of North Texas I won 3rd in a short story contest for a magazine through my high school Creative Writing class I ve been independently published since 2008 I m a fan of a bunch of different genres, which is why a lot of my novels are different genres From time travel to alternate history to lite sci fi to Christian end times political thrillers As a reader, I loathe novels with tons of minutiae where the author describes everything down to practically its atomic structure, so I write fast paced novels and I try not to get bogged down in unimportant details that go on and on and on for page after pageIn order of original publication Out of Time 2008Don t Mess With Earth 2009The Usurper 2010Shattered Earth 2010Voyager and the Aliens 2011Dust Storm 2011New Frontier 2011Times of Trouble 2012Times of Trial 2012Final Frontier 2012 sequel to New Frontier Beyond the New Frontier combined novelTimes of Turmoil 2013Jon Ryan 2013Xavier Doolittle 2013Times of Rebellion 2013Times of Destruction 2014Times of Judgment 2014Times of Tribulation 2014The Long Journey 2015The Falling Away 2015The Great Deception 2016The Great Tribulation 2016cliffballTwitter twitter cliff_ballfacebook cliffll

    152 thoughts on “New Frontier

    • Politics is rarely an ingredient for a good alternate history. While most authors will attempt to lessen the impact of their own political beliefs on the story, those who do not will often find that their story suffers for it. New Frontier by Cliff Ball is no exception.The POD for this world is Robert Kennedy being convicted of murdering Marilyn Monroe. Afterwards, John Kennedy's two terms, Barry Goldwater's two terms and several prominent Democrat politicians either killed off or transformed in [...]


    • I really enjoyed New Frontier. Since this is the first novel in the series, its mostly the backstory, at least it seems that way to me. The prologue was interesting, and I didn't think it fit with the whole novel, but I read that the author is going to explain it in the second novel. I think something about the interstellar space travelers who leave at the end of the novel somehow end up back in time, and decide to change the 60's. The tech in the novel advances quickly, kind of like how we went [...]


    • I found this novel interesting, and I enjoy reading this author's novels. The prologue hooked me, which I've learned will be put into greater detail in the second book when it comes out. I found it interesting how the author weaved the alternate history: from Reagan becoming President, which affects what we do with NASA and the Space Race to the Iran Hostage Affair to having bases on the Moon and Mars. The Soviets try to out-do the Americans, and apparently the Americans will right the problem i [...]


    • This was an interesting book. The story moves quickly. The author focuses on the story, so there isn't a whole lot of character development. It will be interesting to see how the second book turns out. I did enjoy reading it though.




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