IT Came to Earth
by TD Walress
Tedrak is a Master of the Past Phase (holograph to the past), and is about to embark on his first and most dangerous mission: the fearsome and hateful Golaks have called for aid in locating the IT, the most dangerous weapon in the galaxy. After a supernova crashes the ship, the only survivors are IT and Tedrak.
As Tedrak fights for survival on a strange planet, and makes new friends in the process, he and IT must evade capture and find a way back home…and learn more about IT’s strange past. Through their adventure, Tedrak and IT discover what true friendship means. But will it be enough to get them home?
About the Author
TD Walress is the author of young adult, middle grade, and adult science fiction and thrillers. A military veteran, Walress went on to spend thirty-eight years working in education from grade school to high school as a special education teacher, coach, and in administration. He has his bachelor’s degree from UW Eau Claire and a master’s in educational administration from Oklahoma Central State. After living and working in several states, Walress and his wife Andrea now call Texas home. Together they spend time traveling and seeing family.
(2022, paperback, 382 pages)
Praise for the Book:
"380 Pages, easy read. Story of Teenage children who come upon an odd thing in the woods who looks like them (boy) and eventually his “sidekick” named IT. Not clear from the beginning what IT is, but is described as an ORB. It communicates via telepathy with the boy. The book is full of surprises, never a dull moment. Lots of twists and turns in the plot, and the ending is awesome. While the book may be designed for younger adults, I (a senior citizen) enjoyed every page. I am hoping this author writes more books. GREAT READ FOR ALL AGES!" - Randolph J Sablich