"Curious how often you Humans manage to obtain that which you do not want." -- Spock

In the near future, when planetary space travel has become possible, a NASA planet-finder telescope discovers a planet that has the necessary requirements to produce life. Rebecca Evans, a staunch evolutionary scientist, is one of the people chosen to visit the planet.

After arriving on the surface, she is kidnapped and finds herself caught in the middle of an ongoing planetary war between alien clans. In an effort to escape, she makes a deal with one of the clans to exchange precious technology for her freedom.

She soon finds out that on Ka'esch you cannot trust anyone. For on this planet, survival of the fittest is played out to its logical end. Her journey of discovery turns into a search for truth as she begins to question the very foundations of all that she believes about the origin of life.

Join me for a great discussion with author Keith Alan Robinson at 7 pm Eastern time tonight! You can call in at 646-668-8485, and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/10573435.


Keith Robinson has dedicated his life to teaching others how to defend the Christian faith. Since the release of Logic’s End, his first novel, he has been a featured speaker at Christian music festivals and churches, as well as appearing as a guest on numerous radio shows. In addition, he is also the Extensions Director of the Creation Science Society of Milwaukee.

​Since completing his Origins Trilogy, Mr. Robinson has been working on The Tartarus Chronicles, a new series of action/adventure novels dealing with the topic of world religions and worldviews.

When not writing or speaking, Mr. Robinson is a full-time public school orchestra director at the Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum,  he is a professional freelance violist and violinist in the Southeastern Wisconsin/Northeastern Illinois area, and he is a public speaker on apologetics topics. He currently resides in Kenosha, Wisconsin, with his wife, Stephanie, their five children,  and a Rottweiler named Thor.