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Heirs of the New Earth (Old Star New Earth #3)

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The Earth has gone silent. John Mark Ellis and the crew of the Sanson are sent to investigate. When they arrive, they find vast alien machines known as Clusters in orbit. Fearing the worst, they land and discover that the once overcrowded, polluted Earth has become a paradise of sorts. The problem is over half the population is dead or missing and the planet's leaders ...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published February 5th 2007 by LBF Books, Imprint of Lachesis Publishing (first published January 11th 2007)
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F.T.
Jan 17, 2012 F.T. rated it it was amazing
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Lions and tigers and Clusters, oh my! Book Three in The Old Star Saga. I loved this series. Well paced and written in clean, unaffected style, this is good sci fi with a nice balance between geeky astrophysics and human sensitivy. I grew very fond of the characters by the end of it: pirates, sailors, warriors and wild women. This book brought the first two together beautifully, with enough information placed here and there to show the whole picture without being repetitive, and to answer some of ...more
Greg Ballan
Dec 28, 2015 Greg Ballan rated it it was amazing
It’s not very often that I find myself finishing a book with my jaw literally dropped open. That’s what happened with David Lee Summers’ new novel, Heirs of the new Earth. I flat out admit I was disappointed not with the ending of the tale but the very fact that I had come to the adventure’s conclusion. Summers carefully breaks up his tale into sections and like a master weaver threads separate story arcs and characters across the galaxy, spinning the fabric of an amazing tale of Science Fiction ...more
D.M.
Dec 28, 2015 D.M. rated it it was amazing
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This is book 3 in this series and I absolutely loved it. In this book, the humans must come up with a way to stop the Cluster. All my favorite characters show up, including Ellison Firebrandt and Roberts from book 1.
I was intrigued by how easily some of the characters were drawn in easily by the Cluster and others weren't, and by the solutions presented to end the conflict.
I couldn't set this book down. The book flowed easily even though it kept the reader up to date on different characters in d
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Kumie
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Heirs of the New Earth is a fitting conclusion to the Old Star/New Earth saga. The aliens and Terrans (both human and whale) learn to interact on a whole new level. One of my favorite characters, Captain Ellison Firebrandt, returns to Earth to help keep the Cluster from enslaving humanity. A good mix of action and science fictional ideas kept me turning pages. An enjoyable read.
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David Lee Summers is an author, editor and astronomer living in Southern New Mexico, which is tucked somewhere between the western and final frontiers. He is the author of five novels: The Solar Sea, The Pirates of Sufiro, Children of the Old Stars, Heirs of the New Earth, and Vampires of the Scarlet Order. His short fiction and poetry has appeared in such magazines as Realms of Fantasy, Aoife’s K ...more
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