Domus

Domus Humanity needs a new home The Seeker Project has been exploring deep space for over a decade Eight men and women have journeyed to a distant planet to colonise a new human frontier on Domus Before lan

  • Title: Domus
  • Author: D.S. Lillico
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Humanity needs a new home The Seeker Project has been exploring deep space for over a decade Eight men and women have journeyed to a distant planet to colonise a new human frontier on Domus Before landing, the Captain of the Marauder does all he can to hide Domus secret it already has a dominant life form, and it is always hungry In a hostile environment swarming wiHumanity needs a new home The Seeker Project has been exploring deep space for over a decade Eight men and women have journeyed to a distant planet to colonise a new human frontier on Domus Before landing, the Captain of the Marauder does all he can to hide Domus secret it already has a dominant life form, and it is always hungry In a hostile environment swarming with ferocious prehistoric predators, the project descends into a terrifying struggle for survival The crew of the Seeker Marauder will have the fight of their lives not only to save themselves but to keep the dwindling flame of mankind burning.

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    1. The beginning or the end.I loved this read by D.S. Lillico. I picked up XY by the same author last year and it turned out to be one of my favourite books. This is great. A group of scientists leave a dying Earth in search of a new planet to colonize. After 20 years they arrive at Dormus. What happens on Dormus? Read it and find out. The story is told from the points of view of each of the characters and I probably should've seen the ending coming but I didn't. It really did blow me away. I loved [...]

    2. While this book was fairly well-written, the story itself is not the greatest; for one, the plot's been done before. And the characters are all pretty cardboard. And you've got basically a deus ex machina ending intertwined with a failed Twilight Zone twist. And you've got people on a work full of dinosaurs, but really only the dinosaurs the public were made aware of in the Jurassic Park movies. It was okay in terms of standard pulp literature, but as a science fiction novel, it really wasn't up [...]

    3. This was quite an interesting story. It went in a direction that I was pleasantly surprised by. Just by looking at the cover, you have an idea as to what's going to happen, but I promise that isn't the case. If you're looking for a unique story, check this one out.

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