The Earth is a dry, dead, wasteland. The last place livable was Dome 17, but as it was failing. Those people made a last ditch effort to survive. Though a bold and daring plan, they were able to reach what seems to be a derelict colony ship, The Eschaton which is in mid flight. (Please see book one, "Recovery of a Colony Ship) The Eschaton had been designed to hold numerous and diverse immense bio...
Series: Colony Ship Eschaton (Book 2)
Paperback: 156 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 20, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 12057039
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My favorite President was once quoted saying that"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction; it's not something we pass along in our bloodstream". I think the same could be said of technology, if it went away or at least our abi...
itats: flora, fauna, and everything needed to terraform a new world. It also carried thousands of people in suspended animation. The ship was designed to be tended by crews who would live out their lives in the journey between worlds. That journey would only be completed after several generations had lived and died while in transit. That was the plan. But something happened...... The people from Dome 17 have reached The Eschaton, but what will they find in those habitats? What systems are still functioning? Did any of the crew survive? What lurks deep in the bowels of a colony ship? Jamie and Michael will seek to unravel these mysteries and survive as they Explore the Colony Ship.