Dusk

Dusk In the year humanity has become so technologically advanced that overpopulation has led to an Earth too arrogant to acknowledge its own failures With the Earth overpopulated and polluted a grou

  • Title: Dusk
  • Author: Ashanti Luke
  • ISBN: 2940011988011
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Nook
  • In the year 2500, humanity has become so technologically advanced that overpopulation has led to an Earth too arrogant to acknowledge its own failures With the Earth overpopulated and polluted, a group of twenty premier scientists must depart on a mission to explore Asha a distant, uninhabited planet that may offer solutions to humanity s burgeoning problems.But when theyIn the year 2500, humanity has become so technologically advanced that overpopulation has led to an Earth too arrogant to acknowledge its own failures With the Earth overpopulated and polluted, a group of twenty premier scientists must depart on a mission to explore Asha a distant, uninhabited planet that may offer solutions to humanity s burgeoning problems.But when they arrive at Asha, the scientists are brusquely greeted by a mysterious human military force that imprisons them with no explanation They find that during their journey, a faster ship not only delivered humans to Asha, but those humans defeated Earth in an interplanetary civil war With this war and the discovery of an inexplicable link to mankind s past, the team finds Asha holds mysteries than answers.Astrophysicist Cyrus Chamberlain is among those who left behind their old lives and risked everything on this journey Unfortunately for Dr Chamberlain, he finds that even if he survives the many challenges this new world holds for him, he may have already lost than he ever imagined.

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    1. This is written in the style of genuine science fiction. There is a vision, dystopic in this case, of the Earths future. Space travel is dealt with realistically and on arrival numerous mysteries confront the crew. Some of these are biological, others technological and others metaphysical/religious. The final result was interesting but not particularly fresh to me, nor I suspect to most scifi readers.As a free ebook, however, it comes with some shortcomings that would be refined a little with mo [...]

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