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“The plot races along... right up to the final shocker!”

“Compelling and ingenious. [Clift] redefines what it means to be human.”

Born In Space Book



-Unlocking Destiny-
​ Jeremy Clift
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An emotional roller-coaster ride to the edge of the Universe.

If you like strong female characters, you'll love Jeremy Clift's
gripping tale of sacrfice and redemption.

When Teagan Ward claims seven babies, conceived artificially aboard a rotating space habitat as an experiment to populate the stars, are her children, she triggers a fight that consumes her family and all those around her.

robot, doctor, baby
Teagan with baby
Hunter in cockpit

Competition for the lucrative interstellar asteroid business triggers a fight for the resources of the Moon and a hunt for an ancient crystal that could be the key to unlocking the mysteries of the Universe.

       The battle embroils seven infants incubated in a lab as part of an experiment to breed inhabitants for future space colonies and sparks a race against time to free their desperate mother held captive by the power-hungry head of the giant mining consortium and his shady doctor.

"Compelling and ingenious, this fast-paced and epic tale has fresh ideas and twists galore.”

Entertaining and insightful science fiction by a master storyteller
A coming of age romance that tests every emotional boundary.
Jeremy Clift

Author Jeremy Clift

Jeremy Clift: Science fiction author, former journalist, and book publisher. Fascinated by the colonization of space through space habitats and exploitation of asteroids and the moon.

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Our passionate preoccupation with the sky, the stars, and a God somewhere in outer space is a homing impulse. We are drawn back to where we came from.
Eric Hoffer 
American philosopher 
Jeremy Clift
"I often consider journalism to be the first draft of history; science fiction is the first draft of future history."
Jeremy Clift
"Space, or science fiction, has become the dialect of our time."
Doris Lessing
"Science fiction writers forsee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not."
Isaac Asimov
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