Captain Tory Sabin knows all too well the dangers of the anacapa drive, and that sometimes ships enter foldspace never to return. The ships simply disappear, taking their crews with them. Responding to a distress call from Captain Jonathan "Coop" Cooper, Sabin knows she must race against time to find him and his ship. Because although the Ivoire becomes the latest ship to enter foldspace and not return, she refuses to give up hope. She resolves to find the Ivoire. But her search for answers will lead to truths that will change her life forever. Winner of the Asimov's Readers Choice Award for best novella, The Application of Hope adds a rich layer to the complex story about foldspace and the anacapa technology that drives the Fleet.
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- Pamela Impson
Would you try another book from Kristine Kathryn Rusch and/or Flora Plumb?
What could Kristine Kathryn Rusch have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
I discovered when I went to read this series I just don't like the author.
What didn’t you like about Flora Plumb’s performance?
Too fast, to monotone
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Application of Hope?
all of them
Any additional comments?
Too difficult to follow.