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Enhanced and expanded version as of July 1, 2017

This is the sixth book of the Colony Ship Eschaton series.

On the derelict colony ship, things are being discovered. What will that mean for the refugees from Dome 17? Will they be helpful in restoring the technology of the Eschaton? Will the Domers finally find a way to repair their high tech equipment? Or will these discoveries lead to more tension between those born on board and the newcomers? 

Tensions mount as a major crisis happens. Who will survive when old adversaries return to seek retribution? And who will not?

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  • 13-10-2018

Brilliant a good listen/read

Discoveries on the Colony Ship: Colony Ship Eschaton, Book 6. What can I say John Thornton's universe of human colony ships are a great read/listen. OK some of the "domers" are a wimps & wine a lot, but the colony ship characters are wonderfull and varied. The storyline is true will AI's go rogue will they develop character flaws and the people are just like people today some good some really bad.
I am a fan of this series and the other colony ship books, and highly recommend you give them a try.
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