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Retrograde Motion (Syzygy, #3)

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“Whatever’s going on here, it’s bigger than any one of us.”

Ash and Skye’s rogue mission to Earth uncovers a secret with profound implications for their rival lunar colonies. But threads of conspiracy reach all the way back to the moon, and a traitor in their midst is determined to keep the truth buried. With their air supplies running out, Ash and Skye’s only chance is an
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Published January 2017
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Anela Deen
Mar 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
This third installment of Syzygy is packed with loads of intriguing twists and turns and some reveals that I didn’t see coming. A new group has come on scene with our two main characters, Skye and Ash, calling into question many of the truths both have believed their entire lives (Excellent job with the science involved in explaining them!). Now they have to figure who is behind the lies and why. At the same time they are forced to make drastic choices in order to bring vital information back to ...more
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J.K. Ullrich turns cutting-edge science fact into page-turning science fiction. Her debut novel Blue Karma won several independent publishing awards, including LibraryJournal's Best Self-Published E-book of 2015 for the science fiction genre. When she’s not writing or pursuing her full-time career in the technology field, J.K. enjoys running, music, and exploring Planet Earth. Keep up with her on ...more