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Tundra 37 by Aubrie Dionne
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Mar 05, 12

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Recommended to Sarah by: Ms. Dionne
Recommended for: people who like space books
Read from February 24 to March 22, 2012

Tundra 37 by Aubire Dionne is a futuristic story that involves a spaceship taking colonists to a new planet when the Earth is no longer habitable. It is the second book in the ‘A New Dawn’ series. As the story starts, this ship- the Expedition, runs into a comet shower and is so damaged that the idea of traveling all the way to Paradise 18 (the original destination for the mission) is no longer even possible. Seeing no other way of keeping the colonists alive, the two pilots (known as the Seers) who have been physically connected to the controls of the ship for an inhumanly long time, crash land the vessel on the frozen planet known as Tundra 37.
Just at the edge of everything, we often catch glimpses of the strange alien orb. It seems to have the power to influence the courses of action taken by the Seers. It may seem trivial that it can change the way that the colonists are dreaming, but before long Vera can sense it as what would only seem to be an evil presence. Was it only by chance that the ship was near enough Tundra 37 when it ran into trouble? With what on the planet does the orb maintain a barely detectable contact?
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