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The Earthling Princess

At 46 light years from Earth a world exists -- and it is beautiful!

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Book cover

Cover of the science fiction novel The Earthling Princess


In 390 BC, Izy Fly, a little earthling girl is brought to Loumina, a planet where she will be treated like a princess and adopted by Queen Ananda. She will help create a vaccine that will prevent the spread of a deadly virus that would claim the lives of millions Louminians.

As an adult, with the assistance of her robot, an entity specifically designed to protect her, she will return to Earth where her father has waited for her return for over two millennia.

But given that things never go according to plan, she’ll face numerous challenges along the way.

This story is a moving adventure of a little earthling princess with an extraordinary destiny that will touch the most sensitive hearts.

A violent, cruel and barbaric novel, a love story brimming with emotions!

“A novel conceived and written like a movie, a novel that explores relativity, interstellar travel, survival, technology, aliens and that describes the journey of a father who will search for his daughter for centuries.”

“An incredibly effective space opera!”

Film script

The Earthling Princess is both a science fiction novel and an original film script. A film director could easily draw a film script from it in order to adapt this novel to the cinema.


Humans, planet earth

Humans, planet earth

Aedan (Eilian, Stefan, Peter, David)
Amaëlle (Aedan’s wife)
Izy Fly (daughter of Aedan and Amaëlle)
Katel (friend of Aedan)
Glyn (Gaul)
Barrius (lanista)
Holconius (magistrate)
Nolwenn (friend of Aedan)
Adamo (Aedan’s adopted son)
Manauia (Adamo’s girlfriend)
Chimalli (traitor)
Cuauhtémoc (aztec emperor)

Ichtaca (sacrificial high priest)
Johannes Vermeer (painter)
Jean de Lattre (gentleman)
Catherine de Lattre (wife of Jean de Lattre)
Tucker Johnson (astronaut)
Alexander Vodovatov (astronaut)
Steven Cole (executive director of NASA)
Ryan Turner (Capsule Communicator)
Barrett Peterson (mission control director)
Guy Conner (copilot)
Général Irving Saunders (Air Force Plant 42 military site commander)

Louminians, planet Loumina

Louminians, planet Loumina

Ananda (the Queen)
Jasar (companion of Ananda)
Drâl (Ananda’s brother)
The Father (father of Ananda)
The Mother (mother of Ananda)

Qâa (son of drâl)
General Godulz
Lieutenant Peuk
Sergeant Piggy

Gracilians, planet Gracilia

Gracilians, planet Gracilia

Arissa (Feather’s wife)
Myatt (Feather’s father)
Kicia (Feather’s mother)

The Sage


Sen (robot)

Atom (onboard computer)



The author

Simon Laroche was born in 1974 in Germany to French parents. At the age of 40 he began writing 'The Earthling Princess'. Since then he has explored the genres of adventure, thriller, and philo-fiction.

His overflowing 360° imagination, combined with his ability to transpose his writing into cinematographic sequences, has earned him the nickname of “visual scenes author” by his peers.

Critics of "The Earthling Princess"

5 out of 5 (4 ratings)

Galactic Space Opera

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 September 2020

5 out of 5

I thought it was particularly interesting the use of Einstein's theory that as one approaches the speed of light, time slows , thus allowing the traveller in a spaceship to slow compared to those back home. This creates an interesting situation between Aeden the father and the daughter Izy.

Both I and my son thought it was a great read - an intergalactic action adventure story with an great twist at the end (you won't spot it coming) - beautiful ending - we loved it. Would recommend for anyone - you'll love it!

Very good read

Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2020

5 out of 5

The story grabs you by the throat from the beginning and never lets you go.

Giant Imagination

Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2020

5 out of 5

The action is non-stop. The imagination awesome. It is easy to imagine a movie based on this story. If you speak French you could try reading the original.

High perf space opera

Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2020

5 out of 5

A nice movie-like addictive sci-fi story with many twists and turns. A great plot, wonderful characters. Highly recommended.

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