Trapped on Blue Star, two Special Forces teams are stranded in an alien solar system. At first, they were sent to secure the Blue Star space station for themselves but they quickly learned that they were not in control of their fates. An ambiguous race of small machines, the Scragg, have propelled the station to a planet and isolated the soldiers in the lower sections.
Colonel Flagstaad is determined to find a way back home for his soldiers. Their original enemy are prisoners laboring to repair the damaged Garuda space shuttle. The two enemies need to find a way to work together without killing each other in order to persuade the Scragg to send them home. But that mission would be difficult when some prisoners are conspiring against them.
To make the situation worse, the Colonel has a civilian that irritates him, a presumptuous Chinese Commander that annoys him and a French Professor that infuriates him. His daughter-in-law is an insolent Officer and his son is drifting away from him. He is surrounded by nagging frustrations that he cannot order to cease.
He remains stubborn, to force the Scragg to return them home, but the mischievous machines had something else in mind… They force the soldiers from the space station. The Colonel argues against landing on the surface of the planet, but the Scragg win out against his stubbornness.
Now, they are stranded on an alien world.
The soldiers explore its mysteries, but there is something familiar about it. The animals seem like creatures ripped from the pages of myth, legend and extinction. They hunt Griffins, fight off Balinese Tigers and watch Unicorns herd with American Buffalo. All of this is strange enough, without witnessing a Native American tribe living on the planet.
Still determined to find a way home, Colonel Flagstaad pushes forward to investigate the disappearance of the original scientists form the space station and learn the secrets of how to return home. Not even the eggheads can seem to slow down his steady march and stubborn focus.
Enter the Fifth World for the human race. The cycle has restarted. The end is near. The beginning is over. The exploration of this old world will bring into light the mysteries of Atlantis, Stonehenge, Nibiru, Hopi Prophecies and much more.
This book contains violence, adult situations and adult language.