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The Rings of Alathea

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Earth has been rendered uninhabitable by an asteroid impact. A woman wakes up on a pod ship orbiting a mysterious planet with golden rings. She’s been asleep for five hundred years and doesn’t remember who she is. She wakes up in Jameson Stryker’s hibernation chamber, so they call her Jamie. Half of her companions have died. She is surrounded by strangers and haunted by he ...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published July 19th 2011 by Dan Moore Productions (first published January 1st 2011)
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Jackie Jones
Sep 11, 2011 Jackie Jones rated it it was amazing
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This book was so enjoyable to read. There were absolutely no boring parts; I was hooked right from the beginning. Any story that starts off with people coming out of hibernation after 500 years has to be awesome. The planet was described so beautifully by the author (I almost said artist). I was so interested to see what would be discovered on it. The ending came as a surprise to me. It was so creative and smart at the same time. This author is wonderful at descriptions and characters and defini ...more
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Jun 04, 2012 Rowena Vaughan rated it it was amazing
Another book that I have enjoyed. I won't give the story line away, but to wake up after 500 years of cryogenic induced sleep with memories that don't correspond with who you think you are (if you know how you are) to populate a new planet with what are the remains of the human race. As is to be expected we humans run true to form and do not perform to our best when in adversity, raping, pillaging the planet and using force to rule the motely crew that survive. A great read.
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Dan Moore lives with his wife Diana near Syracuse, New York. He is a freelance video producer and the proud father of two sons, two daughters-in-law and three grandsons. Dan caught the Science Fiction bug by reading Robert Heinlein’s “Spaceman Jones” when he was in high school. He holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, Theology and Broadcast Production and Writing. He has written three novels, " ...more
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