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Publisher's Summary

The Eden Project was a dream.
To start the first extra-solar colony....
To avoid the mistakes of our past....
To start anew.
Three generations, born and raised on a starship hurtling through space. To never know an open sky....
To never feel the wind on their face….
To never witness the sun rise or set.
It is up to the advance team to set foot on each of these worlds, conduct their surveys, and send their findings back to the colony ship. Everything must go as planned, for the welfare of all the colonists depends on them.
©2016 Ryk Brown (P)2016 Tantor
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1 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 08-30-16

CHILDREN. IN. SPAAAaaaAaAaAACE!!!!

The most well trained explorers the human race can muster turn out to be immature morons. Incapable of even the most basic communication skills, these overgrown toddlers fumble around and struggle through the intricacies of human relationships. Watch them get mad at the drop of a hat, mope around, fight with their commander, and constantly over explain their stupid plans. Hope you find this useful!

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3 out of 5 stars
By Erin on 11-21-16

Took awhile to like any of the characters

One dimensional and unlikable characters were the start of this story. The premise and the resolution of the crisis was divided and unclear.

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18 of 19 people found this review helpful

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