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An extraterrestrial object is discovered off the coast of California - a sphere that can transport humans to other solar systems.

Death-row inmate Russell Harris and nine other convicts are given the chance to save their lives by agreeing to travel as test subjects on the transporter. But when the first volunteer dies a gruesome death, it becomes clear to Russell and his comrades that the venture is little more than a merciless death mission on which they will all perish.

The surviving Transporter project members find themselves on a new planet and establish a colony alongside a group of abandoned soldiers and scientists. But mortal peril approaches, and the battle for survival has only just begun.

©2016 Phillip P. Peterson (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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endless 2nd half

really liked the 1st half ... then perils-of-pauline on the alien planet got almost laughable, along with the 'solutions'. It ends with a big cliff-hanger, but its not for me.

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Interesting tech idea, ignored for ad nauseum

Oh details for atom bomb lots of dead stuff and gore, ignored the cool alien tech for painful fighting with no point, stupid non-ending surprise. Good ideas wrapped in garbage.

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Will keep you hooked...

Transport has some bright spots filled with some highs and many lows and does keep one hooked to see what happens next. Is not PG.. has some crude language.. otherwise good sci fi thriller.

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Could be our future?

Enjoyed the overall story. Didn’t know I’d get two stories. Still, it is a worthwhile story. Very futuristic about finding a space ship which transported a group people to other worlds. How they survived, how they build a community using resources available.

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  • stephen carrigg
  • 04-18-18

a story of two halves

this was a great listen overall its basically the first two books in a series . The first book has a great pace to it and plenty of revelations . The second is much slower paced but with a decent payoff and the end left me wanting to find out what will happen . if you love sci fi i would recommend this . If i had to sum it up i would say it sort of gives me the Stargate feels . And I loved that movie !!

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  • I. M. Bartlett
  • 04-14-18

Liked it a lot although a little predictable

Yeah, a good listen but I was shouting my phone with solutions to dramatic plot points... actually quite satisfying to be right. I'd gladly listen to the next instalment.