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Adan is ready to leave Earth behind. He successfully transformed his massive asteroid into an amazing spaceship, but faces an even larger challenge as he tries to negotiate the repercussions of the many deals and compromises that were required along the way. The choices he makes will not only impact those people who remain behind, but will also determine how the society onboard his vessel survives far into the future.

Five thousand years after it first left Earth, the Ship is racing back in search of the mysterious humans its Crew has battled repeatedly. The Flight Boss is navigating an uneasy partnership with the civilian president as the Ship's condition degrades rapidly, but puts his trust in Kalare to prepare their pilots for one final battle to reclaim humanity's homeworld.

©2017 Jerry Aubin (P)2017 Tantor

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The Ship Series

I highly recommend this series, including the last installment, Rendezvous, which I just completed. The characters are well fleshed out, and even though the story is taking place thousands of years in the future, still very relatable. Despite the futuristic time frame, this story and these characters could be contemporaneous or even set five hundred years in the past. The vagaries of the human condition are not subject to an epoch, and the author does a brilliant job of subtly, and at times not so subtly, elucidating that uncomfortable fact. The talent that read the book was also spot on, I have returned audio books because of poor recitation of the material and this was smooth and easy to fall into the story with.
Regards,
Sam Thompson

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  • Simon L.
  • 10-03-17

Still enjoyable

Still a great book but it's become a little predictable over this and the previous book.