In G V Chillingsworth’s thrilling science fiction novel “Moonshaker” (published by Trafford Publishing), which is getting a revived marketing push, scientists must rush to save the Earth when the moon is shoved out of its orbit by a meteor strike.
Dr. Raul Western creates a satellite – the Moonshaker satellite – that can utilize an impulse gun to correct the moon’s orbit. However, when it is fired in space, sabotage causes it – and its occupants – to travel back in time 65 million years.
In a corresponding story, the inhabitants of an alien planet called Yendor are setting forth to colonize Earth before their home planet is destroyed by a dying star. As they are approaching Earth, and are receiving information from an outpost that is circling it, the Yendor outpost is destroyed by the Moonshaker satellite’s massive shockwave from the fact that it has just torn a hole in the fabric of space and time.
The aliens, thinking this to be an act of aggression, set out to try and destroy the satellite. Can the human scientists, trapped out of time, save their world?