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Beyond the Horizon (Beyond Saga #2)

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Ensign Maya Davis has had her sights set on the captaincy of a starship since she launched her first toy rocket into Earth orbit at age four. But not long after she departs the solar system aboard humankind's first interstellar vessel, New Horizons, sabotage cripples the ship, killing a third of the crew and stranding the expedition light years from home under the siege of ...more
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Published May 1st 2016 by Beyond Innovation Books
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Archit Ojha
Another treat.

Science Fiction books with a blend of emotions has always been my favorite reads and I'm elevated to list this series in my favorites category.

An excellently written, fast paced and literally breath-taking action scenes in between various plot twists, Greg Spry brings you his observations and perceptions of what the future would be like.

We get to encounter the struggles of Brooke and Maya. Maya is set to visit different worlds but she has to confront things never faced before. S
Oct 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another great book in this series! The character development, plot, conflict and attention to details was incredible. You can tell they did their research on the technical, scientific aspects. I like books that really make you use your imagination because of concepts you rarely think about. For example, the Penphins, how a race of intelligent beings can develop so differently than humans, how the gravity and brightness / luminance of their star caused completely different development. I'm sure I ...more
Lilyn G. (Scifi and Scary)
I reviewed Beyond Cloud Nine, the first book in the Beyond Saga, a couple of weeks ago, and had high praise for it. I’m happy to say that Greg Spry replicates, in Beyond the Horizon, what made the first book so successful without making it basically a clone of the second book. Even though the action focuses a lot on Maya Davis, Brooke still plays a large – pivotal, even – role in the story. Again, actions have consequences, politics are rife with intrigue, and the even though this book advances ...more
Aug 03, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Beyond the Horizon" felt like a much longer book than "Beyond Cloud Nine". Although there is plenty of action, some parts really dragged for me. I also found the characters to be a little bit hollow.
Despite that though, it's a good read (and the second book in a series always has a lot to live up to when you enjoyed the first!).
Jan 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Got me right from the start. Well written and action packed. Sci-Fy not my thing but couldn't put this down.
Read Ng
Reading book 2 in anticipation of receiving book 3 as a Review Copy Giveaway. I obtained this ebook in anticipation of reading book 3. I am not a fan of ebooks. I think reading on a device provides me too much of a distraction. I sometimes find myself wandering off into the internet and away from my reading. That’s what “surfing the web” was all about in the first place. It may contribute to my tendency to not rate ebooks as high and my many times lack of focus on the book.

The story overall take
Mar 03, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: first-reads
A well-written science fiction novel full of action and great characters. I haven't read the first book in the series but I picked this up anyway, I was a little confused at some parts but overall it was good and worth the read.
I would really recommend this book for those who love a good science fiction novel. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.
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For every breath-taking space battle or face to face brawl, there’s a puzzling plot twist, and Spry does a wonderful job of realising the mythos and politics of his unique vision of the future. The result is a space adventure young and old alike can get their teeth into, with great ideas, likeable heroes and a plot that doesn’t stand still.

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Feb 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was fortunate enough to receive an advance copy of Beyond the Horizon by Greg Spry, the second in his Beyond Saga. It is primarily the story of Maya, niece and adopted daughter to Brooke, the protagonist from Beyond Cloud Nine. Maya is not as flawed a character as Brooke, but has her own demons to battle once she learns the supposed truth of the death of her mother. Maya continues the family tradition of flight, not being a fighter pilot as was Brooke, but chosen to serve aboard the first inte ...more
Mick Bird
Feb 25, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Yet another great read

In the second book of this series, it continues the story of Brooke and her niece Maya. Once again we see Brooke placing everything on the line to save her niece. Maya is a new ensign aboard earth's first starship that will visit a new world. But there is big problems for her and his class mates. Read to see how they overcome some of the issues but find that they are still waiting for them back at home.
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Greg Spry was cloned in the year between the releases of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Coincidence? He majored in industrial engineering at the University of Wisconsin—Madison before earning a graduate degree in space systems from the Florida Institute of Technology. When he’s not writing the next epic science fiction adventure, he enjoys sampling tasty microb ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Beyond Saga (3 books)
  • Beyond Cloud Nine (Beyond Saga, #1)
  • Beyond Yesterday (Beyond Saga, #3)