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With the Earth and her new outpost connected through a newfound interplanetary device, Rhys and Jason have the ability to explore the universe. And for Rhys, it's a chance to not just explore, but to learn all he can. As a scientist, he's always considered learning at the top of his lifelong dreams. But what happens when their chance to explore and learn turns deadly? And the threats to their project didn't stop when Rhys and Jason left Earth for Terra.
Even as the migration to their new home-world becomes mundane, threats to the very project that bridges them to strange new worlds can strike when they least expect it.
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Migration. Knowledge. . The first book is good. but this 2nd in the series is better and a stronger storyline. This book may not suit everyone, but it is a really good story, well written and constructed. With superb narration by Gary Noon. Whom I hope will narrate book 3. I like series that have the same narrator through out. Now I have to wait for the next in the series. I received a free copy of this audio book at my own request and voluntarily leave this honest review. .
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- Norma Miles
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Jason and Ryce had discovered the key to instantaneous travel to other planets: a timely happenstance given the increasingly dire prospects on Earth following the nuclear destruction in Europe. Already many had moved to Terra, seeking a new, simple life and now the married couple were exploring other worlds, sometimes with disastrous occurrences. One planet they encountered seemed to hold the secret of the history and understanding of the key. The second in the Migration series, this book was more enjoyable, concentrating on the adventure of the small exploring party (rather than forever concentrating on the married aspect of the two main protagonists). Still amusing in part, this book is far less disjointed than its predecessor and, consequently, more enjoyable. Narrator Gary Noon again gives a good performance, reading with good pacing and expression as well as voicing each protagonist individually and increasing the reader's involvement with the story. My thanks to the rights holder of Migration: Knowledge 2, who, as my request, freely gifted me with a complimentary copy, via Audiobook Boom. More original and enjoyable than it's predecessor, this book could easily be read as a stand alone