Author Vincent Tanner’s new book ‘The Wanderers’ is a captivating novel that seamlessly blends action and dialogue in a moving and imaginative adventure.

Vincent Tanner, author of ‘Praxis’, ‘Shakespeare Undone’, ‘Love MJ’ and ‘What’s in a Name’, has finished his new book ‘The Wanderers’: a gripping and powerful sci-fi novel that features a sun in expansion, a doomed Earth, and a race against time to save a small fragment of the world’s population. Their only hope lies in an aging observation deck hastily modernized for deep space travel. This ship is the only existing ship large enough to accommodate the brave pioneers on their long journey into space.

Author Vincent Tanner showcases his work by sharing background information about himself, writing, “I never made it to the Astronaut Corps. Instead, I became a firefighter. Others in the same group became police officers, accountants, lawyers, janitors, construction workers, etc. Although none of us ever became cowboys, we all clung to this vision of space travel. Each of us would have given anything to reach for the stars, left everything behind to travel deep into the cosmos in search of new discoveries. Buck Rogers at Saturday movie matinees and later television fueled dreams of space travel. We have reached for the stars if only in our imagination.

Published by Page Publishing, Vincent Tanner’s gripping tale takes readers on a traveller’s journey. No one is prepared for what they find on the surface of Arilias-6, or worse, what they find.

Readers who wish to experience this fascinating work can purchase “The Wanderers” in bookstores worldwide or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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Irene B. Bowles