The Scout Omnibus – Three Planetary Romances
Return to a future…
Of bold galactic explorers and lost space colonies, where beautiful heroines and brave heroes battle treacherous villains with swords and airships.
Return to a future…
Of planetary romance and high adventure, where action moves at the speed of light and danger lurks around every corner.
Return to a future… of The Scout Omnibus!
Here, for the first time in one volume, are the adventures of David Rice, Terran Scout First Class, who crash-landed on the lost world of Aashla, rescued and befriended Princess Callan, heir to the throne of Mordan, and found himself thrown from the space age to the steam age in the blink of an eye. Marooned without hope of rescue on a world of primitive airships, treacherous air pirates, royal court intrigues, and bloodthirsty monsters, David struggles to learn the ways of his adopted home-world, at the same time as he struggles with his growing feelings for Princess Callan and his iron determination to change just one thing: Aashla will not remain lost!
The Scout Omnibus contains the first three books in the Scout series – Scout’s Honor, Scout’s Oath and Scout’s Duty.
About Henry Vogel (Raleigh, North Carolina Author)
Growing up, Henry worked at the usual range of menial jobs -- from grocery store bag boy to pizza delivery to retail sales -- before ending up in software development. In between the menial jobs and the IT jobs, he achieved some small fame as the writer and co-creator of the small press comic book titles Southern Knights and X-Thieves. For the past ten years, Henry has also taken up the mantle of professional storyteller, performs regularly throughout the state of North Carolina, and has released an illustrated book of children's stories.
Henry has been a fan of science fiction for as long as he can remember. He has loved space opera and planetary romance since the beginning, that is why his science fiction novels end up in those subgenres.
Henry currently lives in Raleigh, NC, with his wife, son, one cat, and lots of imaginary friends all clamoring to tell him of their adventures.