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The Lazarus Effect

The Pandora Sequence, Book 2
Narrated by: Scott Brick
Series: The Pandora Sequence, Book 2
Length: 15 hrs and 56 mins

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The exciting sequel to The Jesus Incident, one of the greatest adventures since Dune.

A world of water...

In The Jesus Incident, Frank Herbert and Bill Ransom introduced Ship, an artificial intelligence that believed it was God, abandoning its unworthy human cargo on the all-sea world of Pandora. Now centuries have passed. The descendants of humanity, split into Mermen and Islanders, must reunite--because Pandora's original owner is returning to life.

©1983, 2012 Herbert Properties, LLC, and Bill Ransom (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • 07-08-2017

Couldn't get Enough

This books character development was so great. I am amped for The Ascension Factor . wow

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  • Michael J. Costello
  • 28-05-2015

Brilliant

Another complex novel of biology, society and faith. Absolutely riveting. Frank Herbert was science fiction's most creative genius.

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  • TomHarsley
  • 24-08-2017

still a great story

the narrator was excellent the story still stands the test of time. an excellent series

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  • Mark
  • 06-01-2017

Frank Herbert at his best again.

another fine story by Frank Herbert. not a story to read on its own. you must read the other books first. well worth the read.