Good-bye A672E92 Quintus

The Peers of Beinan
Narrated by: Ashley Hodgson
Length: 52 mins
Categories: Romance, Science Fiction
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What would you do if you knew your world was about to end? 

After science confirms the impending doom of planet A672E92 Quintus, it falls to a team of negotiators to end the blood feuds between the two space-faring houses of Cashmarie and Xing-li. If they fail, every man, woman, and child will most certainly die. 

As war rages on, two delegates assigned to the peace talks find romance tinged with the supernatural in a relationship that will make them the stuff of legends as they strive to say good-bye to A672E92 Quintus and set out in search of their new home: planet Beinan.

©2014 Laurel A. Rockefeller (P)2020 Laurel A. Rockefeller

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complex

This story revolves around a people who have to resolve conflict between groups in order to ensure their survival as a species.

The story kept your interest even with the different measurement system for time and distance.

The narration was very good.

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  • D M Reynolds
  • 07-15-20

I think there’s a series somewhere...

This is an interesting recounting of an event: the departure of a people from their world. There is little drama, little plot and a lot of gaps. Characters change over a period of 25 years? But it’s also introducing a lot of time keeping that you have to figure out.

I think it reads like a prequel to a series... background on characters you already know and love.

I received this audiobook for free in exchange for a review.