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3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The next world war will not begin in the Middle East, or even on Earth. The next world war will be waged in space-on an orbiting international space station...

Someone on board is a murderer.

Someone on board is planning to destroy the station.

Someone on board is hiding a secret so incredible its keepers would do anything to stop it from being exposed.

And one astrona
Paperback, 448 pages
Published March 4th 2003 by Onyx
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I am writing this more than three years after reading this, so apologies for my lack of specifics as to why I did not like this book.

I didn't like the plot at all, but the reasons for this are personal preferences. Overall, it was ridiculous and near the end predictable.

The primary reason I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone is because it was drawn out so excessively that I didn't find myself enjoying it at all, even when the plot was heating up.

Unfortunately, I was traveling when I was read
William Torres
A techo-thriller about an astronaut turned detective going into space to solve a murder. But the beginning didn't grab my interest until pg 171 when there is a plot twist with the prime suspect in custody. It was drawn out so excessively and the end was predictable. Not recommended for any one unless they have no other alternative.
Murder mystery onboard the International Space Station! I thought that was all this book was about but the plot goes much deeper into genetics. I had fun during the action scenes in space and figuring out who-done-it. The beginning didn't immediately grab me but my patience was well rewarded around page 150.
A fantastic techo-thriller about an astronaut turned detective going into space to solve a murder. The word f**k is said 100 times (under several variations).
Anastasia Gryzunova
great example of shameless absurd
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