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Deep Space Journey

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When the countries on Earth are divided in so many ways,

a huge private corporation plans and builds a deep space exploration vessel,

to go way beyond the boundaries of our own solar system,

with no certain outcome of if they would be returning or not...

But by pure chance they come across a cargo vessel that has been damaged by fire,

with all crew lost, which changes everything for the crew of 11,

on board the very first Deep Space Research and Exploration Shuttle named "Star Voyager".

Preston Wigglesworth October 2016 All Rights are Reserved

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   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members


I would have given it six stars but they only allow five. This is a most intrigueing and satisfying read. It did not leave me disappointed with the ending nor did it leave me whining for a sequel. To me, all ends were, if not neatly or completely tied up, satisfactorly addressed.

If you like truly imaginative science fiction framed within the context of "this could happen", then this is a must read. The characters are believeable and the plot keeps you guessing as to what happens next and who is really the hero and who is really the villian. Hey! I told ya it was intrigueing.

A major lesson of the tale to me is that the term "advanced civilization" is conditional, based on time and place or space, at best it probably depends more on technological advances (who holds the bigger gun) rather than philosophical developments. 

I encourage everyone to read this story.


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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

A fantastic story, totally different to anything normally written by Quokka. If you like Space Stories then this is a fantastic read. Well written with a good plot and good character definition.

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