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Black Horizon (The Commonwealth Cycle Book 1)

Black Horizon The Commonwealth Cycle Book The Great War of the nd century nearly destroyed the Earth For astronaut Tara Riseman returning home three hundred and fifty years later the Earth is not the world she remembers As she struggles t

  • Title: Black Horizon (The Commonwealth Cycle Book 1)
  • Author: Gareth Wood Loraine Van Tonder Georgina Thomas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Great War of the 22nd century nearly destroyed the Earth For astronaut Tara Riseman, returning home three hundred and fifty years later, the Earth is not the world she remembers As she struggles to find some peace in a changed and often hostile environment, Tara becomes embroiled in a conflict that spans the vastness of the solar system itself From the ocean shoresThe Great War of the 22nd century nearly destroyed the Earth For astronaut Tara Riseman, returning home three hundred and fifty years later, the Earth is not the world she remembers As she struggles to find some peace in a changed and often hostile environment, Tara becomes embroiled in a conflict that spans the vastness of the solar system itself From the ocean shores on Earth to the asteroids of the Commonwealth, and the distant icy worlds beyond Neptune, another war is coming.

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      Published :2019-09-05T18:39:54+00:00

    1 thought on “Black Horizon (The Commonwealth Cycle Book 1)

    1. I love Gareth Wood's first offering of his latest series! He's writing the kind of science fiction that fans of the genre will love. Accessible, interesting characters and a future-world that is utterly believable. (Yeah, I'm fan-girling with cause. A more thoughtful review may emerge later.)

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