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Publisher's Summary

An action-packed novella from New York Times best-selling science-fiction author James S. A. Corey, set in the world of his Hugo-nominated Expanse series - now a major TV series.

Like many before them, Cara and her family ventured through the gates as scientists and researchers, driven to carve out a new life and uncover the endless possibilities of the unexplored alien worlds now within reach.

But soon the soldiers followed - and under this new order, Cara makes a discovery that will change everything.

©2017 James S. A. Corey (P)2017 Little, Brown Book Group

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A strange story

What is happening on the far side of the Laconia ring? What is the fate of simple colonists under Duarte's... whatever is the government he made up there? How will protomolecule affect humanity overthere?

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  • O.K.
  • 09-11-17

Interesting short story

A nice short Expanse extension. Didn't really know what to expect but glad I listened to it. A tiny look in to life on one of the Laconia worlds before the next main novel, Persepolis Rising.

The narrator was brilliant as always and kept me engaged in the novel. 4 stars.

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  • Waylander101
  • 09-03-17

What Happened On Lacona

Ever wondered what happened on Lacona? Well now you can find out in Strange Dogs.

I found Strange Dogs to be a great listen though a smidge short to be called a novella, a longish short story maybe (I know it looks weird to me too). The story of one little girl and her experiences with death are well written and, as always, well read. I can't really give any details of the story except to say it occurs durIng Nemesis Games or Babylon's Ashes on the colony planet of Lacona

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-22-17

Wondrous and chilling and great!

Absolutely loved it. It carries wonder and cruelty of a fairy tale. Surprisingly tense and packed with content for such a short story.

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  • Barbara
  • 08-04-17

OK

it was alright, could have been bit longer and flesh out more. i know they don't want to give too much away with the new book coming out but it did feel like it was missing something Compared to the other novellas

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  • Allyn J. Carter
  • 07-25-17

Not the best Expanse work.

Far too many echoes of Stephen King's Pet Sematary. May be a precursor of something more to come.

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  • Jenny
  • 07-24-17

I love anything by SA Corey

This little book is no exception.

It's a claustrophobic tale; a family has set up home on a new planet and mysteriously earth is no longer contactable, so they're stuck there. But who/what are these strange and seemingly magical creatures who can bring dead birds back to life? They look like dogs, but somehow...not.

Intriguing. Menacing.

Wish it was longer.

Recommended!

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  • Kirk M. Buttermore
  • 02-17-18

A thoughtful read

I found the metaphysical aspects of this story very interesting. Without giving anything anything away, there is a transformation of a character that takes away some key properties, rendering them a substrate. Also liked the way the whole language and culture of the protagonist's Earther parents wasn't really relevant to her because she was growing up on a new world and there were no stories about that.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-05-17

Fantastic as always

Both plot from the authors and performance from the reader are as fantastic as the rest of the series!