Fall to Earth - Ken Britz

Fall to Earth

By Ken Britz

  • Release Date: 2017-03-29
  • Genre: Adventure
Score: 3.5
From 109 Ratings


A desperate athlete. A super-soldier experiment. Will cutting-edge technology change the world or destroy it?

Indiana Beckham’s lifelong goal has just been cut down. Banned from competing in Olympic fencing, she jumps at the chance to join a research project that could make her the best. But to unlock the promise of her unlimited potential, Indiana must endure a risky, life-altering transformation…

Lieutenant Arthur MacGabran has a mission: advance humanity in a single generation. Eager to prove his neuro-technology, he ignores the dangers and recruits his first live test subject. But when Indiana’s enchanted abilities turn deadly, he’ll have to keep a shocking secret to fuel his twisted dream…

As Indiana harnesses her super-skills, the project and its subjects teeter on the edge of termination.

Will the fencer’s attempt to better herself end up destroying her instead?

Fall to Earth is the first book in the action-packed Pillars of Fire and Light military sci-fi series. If you like high-stakes technology, intriguing characters, and super-human soldiers, then you’ll love Ken Britz’s thrilling novel.

Buy Fall to Earth to launch into a futuristic adventure today!


  • Intriguing and fast paced sci-fi thriller

    By Setra Seafarer
    Lots of moving parts and great character development. A world full of games within games, secrecy is the norm and everyone has their own goals. Masterfully woven to bring it altogether and yet at the end to leave enough dangling for the next installment.
  • Fall to Earth

    By prp711
    Easy to read. Doesn’t drag. Believable characters. I would have put the plot further into the future. I liked the book and will seek follow-ons.
  • Fall to Earth

    By Rubyfisher
    Easy read; not labored. Interesting, with a not well developed tease of unknown elements at play . Will definitely stay on board this writer’s ship of mixed sci-fi and sci fantasy. Why not?
  • Confusing

    By JohnT43
    The main character was strange. Acted like a teen that didn't have any sense. Too many plots within plots.
  • A must read!

    By LinHens
    Intriguing, exciting, it also made me laugh out loud on several occasions. For me, it’s a new take on the science fiction realm. I couldn’t tell where the author’s research ended and his imagination began! Buying book 2, Apollo Burn.