The Viridian System is the name for a series of scifi books written by Jemima Pett.
Book one in the series is The Perihelix, was published in 2015.
It stars Big Pete and the Swede, orichalcum miners, who start their vacation after ten months in the asteroid field, with no idea of the trouble they are just about to get into.
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About Jemima Pett
Jemima has been writing stories since she was eight, and published The Princelings of the East in 2011. That led to ten books in the series of the same name, written for older children (9 and up, but later books are for slightly older children and teens).
Jemima reckons she read all of the science fiction in her local library, and most likes alternative universes, time travel, consequences of social change and unusual ideas surrounding alien species. Her favourite authors included Anne McCaffrey, Fritz Lieber, Poul Anderson, John Brunner, Robert Heinlein and Arthur C Clarke. These days she likes Becky Chambers, Lindsay Buroker, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Clare O’Beara, M T McGuire, Jennifer Ellis… She also loves series – once involved with characters she loves to read their continuing adventures. The Lensmen series was probably the first that got her hooked like that.
She has degrees or diplomas in maths, earth sciences and environmental technology and would most like everyone to use their natural resources sustainably, since we only have the one planet to support us.
Jemima’s ebooks are published by Princelings Publications through Amazon, Smashwords, iTunes, B&N, Kobo and more. Her paperbacks are distributed through Blurb and Ingram.
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