Robert Appleton

Adventures in Science Fiction

Kate of Kratos


Science Fiction/ Adventure/ Romance

Original Release Date: May 7, 2009

Length: Novella (29,000 words)

Available Formats: Ebook (All Platforms),

Paperback (Trilogy Only)


If you like wild imagination, action and adventure in a strange new world, you Need to read this series! And if you are a sci-fi fan I would consider this a Must Read series for you!!

You Gotta Read Reviews


Also in The Eleven Hour Fall Trilogy

What makes these three books so appealing is that the author seems to have an endless vision of strange and different monsters and writes vividly of the beautiful strangeness of the planet. Once again, I give Five Red Roses. I loved the ending. 5/5

Red Roses for Authors Reviews

*Nominated for Best Short Fiction in the 2009 Red Roses for Authors Awards


The Eleven Hour Fall

Book Three

Kate of Kratos

The final action-packed instalment in Robert Appleton's sci-fi survival trilogy.

Jason Remington has been abducted by a monstrous creature. Having barely survived the ocean crossing, Kate Borrowdale must track him through an alien forest and across its bizarre low-gravity roof.

Two men and a woman, also survivors from the Fair Monique's crash, arrive to help. But how are they still alive in such a deadly place? Kate senses they're hiding a secret and doesn't trust them. Things begin to look up when she finds a mountain cave for them all to live in. Procuring food proves tricky, however, as it means venturing back into the heart of the forest, where Kate finds herself being the real inhabitants...

The fight for supremacy in the wilds of Kratos takes on an epic new dimension in Book 3 of the (newly revised) trilogy, preceded by The Eleven Hour Fall and The Elemental Crossing.
A terrific end to the trilogy. The world is so rich and described so well I feel like I've been there. I started this in the evening and couldn't put it down until I finished. It was excellent.

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