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3.7  ·  Rating Details ·  103 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
In the near future, a man is going to bring the furthest reaches of the galaxy within the grasp of mankind. Meriwether Hawke has created a vehicle that folds space, changing the whole perspective of the space program in an instant. Unfortunately for Hawke, the first manned test vehicle doesn’t end up where it’s supposed to. Lost and without sufficient life support, the ...more
Kindle Edition, 189 pages
Published September 27th 2013 by Superluminal Publishing
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Scott McElhaney
May 29, 2016 Scott McElhaney rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This book was awesome... which is exactly what I would think anyway because I wrote it and I want others to give it a shot and hope they agree. Priced low so you won't be out much for giving it a try.
Sep 29, 2013 Jennifer rated it it was amazing
A surprisingly good read! Complicated enough to be considered hard sci-fi but written in a way anyone can understand. Great character development and they draw you in to the stories of their fight to escape a planet by using an ancient colony ship. Only Hawke knows anything of the technology inside the ship, but he can't get it operational again on his own. He must employ several people who might as well be from the 1800's in comparison. Highly recommended.
Sep 29, 2014 Travis rated it really liked it
This book was great, right up until the last couple chapters. At that point, the author seems to have gotten stuck on the word hollered. Seriously? How many times can the various folks on the bridge holler something, especially when the came out of the jump, and everything was silent, yet they still felt the need to holler? Not yell, expostulate, exclaim, shout or raise their voice over the din, but holler? and not just once, but several times in a row. I know it's the end of the book, and ...more
Apr 10, 2014 Carmen rated it it was ok
While I quite enjoy Scott's books, my only issue with them is that they seem to move quickly and end abruptly. I would love to see one of his stories go into greater detail and length. Overall, it was an easy read with an intriguing story.
Sep 08, 2014 Robert rated it it was amazing
Fun quick read!

Great book. For once the characters treat each other well and even the protagonists are reasonable. Terrific science fiction to consider.
Aaron Harris
Nov 23, 2013 Aaron Harris rated it really liked it
I do love Scott and all his books. This was a great book, although I did find the ending didn't go as I imagined, it was still a great read and I still highly recommend this book!
Michael Gomez
Awesome read

I love this book because it brought to the table what most other novels have not. This idea that the we are the advance race is what made this read so interesting.

Jen Jo
Jan 20, 2014 Jen Jo rated it it was amazing
Great new perspective on the future of space travel and terraforming. Better than most indy books I've read. Characters are well fleshed out and keeps the reader engrossed until the end.
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Scott's first novel, Mommy's Choice, was originally published in paperback under the pseudonym Scott Curtis. In under a year on the bookshelves, that novel won the National Christian Choice Book Award for romantic suspense. When Scott moved to a different publisher and started making his novels available to Kindle readers, he returned to his real name and reduced the prices to the absolute minimum ...more
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