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This is book five of the Colony Ship Eschaton series.

Something mysterious is happening. The giant colony Ship Eschaton is in the midst of its generations-long journey to another solar system. But in Habitat One: Coastal Plains, two strange bodies have been found. There are rumors of a lurking visitor. Is anyone safe?

The artificial intelligence systems still are not functioning as expected. Now more then ever, the AIs are needed. The people born on the ship as well as the refugees from Dome 17 are struggling to survive, and to learn more about the huge colony ship and its various habitats. But what do these mysteries mean?

Jamie, Michael and their friends set out in an attempt to unravel these mysteries, but what they encounter is not what they expect. Who will make it back alive?

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  • 09-04-2018

A Good read / listen

Let me started by saying this is the first book I've read in this series. I have read both Colony Ship Conestoga & colony Ship Vanguard. So I am a fan of John Thornton's writing.
Yes it would have better to have read the series from the start, but it was easy to pick up the general drift of the series and it is a good read/listen. Good solid sci-fi/ adventure.
Narration is good clear and easy to listen to.
I recieved a free copy of this audiobook at my own request, and voluntarily leave this review.

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