Singularity by Benjamin Collier

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About the Book

Colin Wade is on a mission. A mission to study a singularity – the enigmatic centre of a black hole. But things are definitely not going according to plan, as Colin finds himself in an area of space with no visible stars at all, until a lone blue light threatens to engulf the ship in a strange fire. Colin will need all of his cunning, and plenty of unlikely help, to solve the mystery of the singularity, or else find himself lost in space indefinitely.

Book Excerpt

“Colin stepped out into the main room and turned his attention to the bow window, where he spotted a tiny blue light – the only light in all the space outside of the ship. He automatically found himself walking toward it, as if his steps alone would get him considerably closer. An odd feeling came over him, recognizing that he, his ship, and this mysterious light in the distance were the only things out here in all this cold vastness.”


About the Author

Benjamin T. Collier has been writing novels since the age of nineteen. Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome (or High-Functioning Autism) at the age of seven, he has always had a unique way of looking at things. He is an avid gamer, and a fan of sci-fi and fantasy tales. On his blog, ‘benjaminfrog,’ Benjamin writes about autism, pop culture, life as a young Christian, and often reviews television and films.

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