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Their mission was to recover an ancient derelict from the farthest edge of the Sol system. What they've found could spell the end of humanity.
Trapped on the Mira, Corporal Kalimura must lead her squad of injured marines to safety. But, aboard the derelict, every shadow is a possible threat, and around every corner lurks another hazard. Without life support or gravity, and only their suit lights to see by, they must explore the ancient wreck to find a way to communicate with their ship and escape their hellish prison.
The remaining crew aboard S&R Black struggle to tow Mira out of the path of an incoming Kuiper Belt Object only to realize that the non-sentient hazard is the least of their worries.
Derelict: Tomb, book two of the Derelict Saga, is an action-packed mashup of suspense, military sci-fi, and space-opera horror that will keep you guessing.
©2017 Paul E. Cooley (P)2017 Paul E. Cooley
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By JEFFERY on 08-22-17

Great book

This book is a sci fi military horror it is wonderfully written well done and a pure joy

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By DLWJ on 11-05-17

Sequel apply here!

The first book in the series built on characters and their slow build up as they trek through space. This expands on that formula with a more claustrophobic backdrop feeling to it. Book one gave you the feel of infinite and now in two they have nowhere to go. We learn more about the characters histories without it feeling shoehorned in. The action ramps up when they begin to discover what we share the Galaxy with and the aren't friendly. As stated in other reviews, this is a part of a bigger story and doesn't have a beginning, middle, end as normal. Instead, this has the feeling of "the middle", leaving me to believe that book 3(the final book?) will be heavy on the action as it wraps up the tale. This format style isn't for everyone, but for those that look past one large book split into three, there is a good story to read(hear).

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