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  • Great Read!

    Agreat amalgam of detectve whodunit and grand space opera in the best possible way! I can only hope there is a sequel as I was totally imerresed

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  • SciFi +Crime Thriller= wonderful read

    “He didn’t hate these people, and this ship, and this culture, frustrating as they all were, he decided. It’s not hate, he told himself, just boredom. And perhaps just a slower adjustment than he thought it would be.…I’m not a hateful man, he thought to himself. He even managed to smile and nod to one of the few constables who had demonstrated some aptitude and ingenuity in the drill.…Just bored. And tired” Chief Inspector Cyrus Konami and a crew member Lieutenant Beatriz Mattoso begin the process of exploring the accidental death of a crew member onboard the Aotea, the first “colony ship” to leave the Solar System. However, the question is,was it really an accident. After all, the Aotea and it’s crew and colonists left all that behind. The Aotea is supposed to give humankind a new chance to start without all the hate and bigotry that defines earth. Can they make it the utopia they hope? Maybe a better question is will they make it at all. I have been a SciFi “nerd” for most of my 60+ years on earth. SciFi can often become formulaic, but I didn’t find that in this story because Andy Crawford has taken the better aspects of science fiction and fused them with a bang up crime thriller that contains political overtones that kept me turning pages and wanting it to last longer. I highly recommend this book. 5/5 [I received this book from another source and chose to read and review it]

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  • Imaginative

    A well written alternative to the 'migration to other planets by means allowable to physics 'story, as well as an interesting study of the human condition. I read it almost in one sitting, so the story drags you along. Good characters and an intriguing pretext.

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