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On a routine mining mission to the asteroid belt, the crew of the Kerwood is mired in their personal concerns: finishing quickly, getting home, earning a fair share of the profits - until the ship experiences catastrophic failure on the return journey. Now they must put aside their petty worries if they're to have any hope of getting home alive.

Will the crew find a way to set a course for Earth with their payload - or will they discover the disaster was orchestrated by someone who doesn't want them to return home at all?

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Collaboration that failed

This book was interesting from the point that you can tell the three authors apart in each chapter and which characters were which. Victor and the miners were written completely different from either the lively written bridge crew, or the scheming space ladies. These differences were jarring, but interesting right up until the explosion. You can tell after this that one person took over the rest of the story, which is a jumbled mess of head scratchers, plot holes, and junk science. This was not made better by the voice actor using what could at best be referred to as "funny accents from drunken party jokes."

Over all, I feel for the 2 authors whose names got dragged down with this crashing ship.