This article is about the fictional Spacefaring World of the Jesse Millette franchise.
However, some elements of this article may be in reference to the non-fictional beliefs held
within Astronism which should be indicated wherever relevant.
Part of a series on
The Original Jesse Millette Series
| The Phantom's Curse · Danger at Loch Ness · Secret in the Old Bunker|
| Jesse Millette · Harriet Millette · Ellena Chadwell · Zara Litchford · Oliver Mehler · Rose Hurst · Madelyn Hurst · Richard Millette|
| Multifaricity · Inaptronymity · Appellatology · Appellation · Eponymity · Inaptronymous fault · Polynymity · Hyperappellation · Philosophomastics · Appellational derivation · Appellational category · Cryptonymity · Anthropomorphism in Millettism · Toponymity · Trade appellation · Denominationalism · Astrosa|
| Pseudo-fantasy · Futurism · Realistic futurism · Spacism · Mystery · Detective fiction · Astronomic fiction · Spacefaring|
|Protagonist · Deuteragonist · Tritagonist · Tetragonist · Pentagonist|
After the astronisation of the series occurred during a period of extensive revision, the setting of the books changed to a quasi-futuristic Earth in which Jesse and the four other Millettarian characters witness spacecraft jetting off in the sky as they solve their mysteries and in which the society is distinctly cosmocentric. This astronisation demonstrates the influence of the philosophy of Astronism over the theme and identity of the series as the philosophy also formed alongside the books during the same period.
Inspiration for The Original Jesse Millette Series is widely known to have come from both the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories and The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories. Their influence over the Jesse Millette series is easily seen with the clean-cut characteristics of Jesse, the use of a classic illustration style, and the use of third person to structure the storylines.
The author of The Original Jesse Millette Series rests with the British philosopher and the founder of Astronism, Cometan. His authorship of the series began when he was fifteen years of age after experiencing a series of ideations and revelations about his character. He experimented with different world-building techniques and writing styles as he was continuously introduced to new authors with different approaches to the structuring of their work.
|n/a||Secrets of Millette Hall||Never published||n/a||Cometan|
|1||The Phantom's Curse||2017||Precursory||Cometan||Cometan||2019||Cometan|
|2||Danger at Loch Ness|
|3||Secret in the Old Bunker|