Problems. Problems. Problems.
Problem 1: Mei-Lani Lao. She's in sick bay with some strange illness. Dr. Cole can't even diagnose it, much less promise that Mei-Lani will ever get well.
Problem 2: The escape capsule Captain Edge finds floating in space. The Space Rangers rescue the deep-frozen astronaut, but nobody knows how to safely unthaw anyone who is in cryogenic sleep.
Problem 3: Sir Richard Irons again. His spaceship is in hiding, ready to pounce on the Daystar.
Problem 4: Heck Jordan. Enough said.
Read about the Daystar gang and their newest troubles. Let their adventures remind you that people can invent some wonderful things, but only the God of heaven can create people.
About the Authors
Gilbert Morris began a high school teaching career in 1956 after pastoring several Southern Baptist churches in Arkansas. In 1963 he joined the staff of Ouachita Baptist University where he taught English and served as department chairman. In 1991 he retired to write full time. At present he lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama. He has written over one hundred and forty novels.
Dan Meeks and his wife were married by Gilbert Morris in the Morris living room more than 20 years ago. Meeks has enjoyed working on this series, because it blends science fiction with the message of the gospel. He has been a counselor for 20 years. He lives in Concord, New Hampshire with his wife and four children.