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This is a really fun Sci-Fi adventure! Part of a multi-book series, Jerome and Cammary go looking for their friend Khin. The story line is really good, although I would listen to the rest of the series to get to know the characters better. The narration is really great and I'm looking forward to the next book... this is a cliff hanger!
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The story continues, and Cammarry and Jerome have to explore the conestoga. They have to work together, which can sometimes get difficult. There are problems all along the way as they try to survive their new home. Can’t wait for the next book.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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A well written and narrated continuation of Cammarry and Jerome's quest to find out more about their new home. Exploring more of the colony ship Conestoga and dealing with all the problems past events and the ships disrepair throws up. Before you listen to this book I would recommend listing to the first two to get the most out of this book.
The characters are well written and the dialogue and interactions between the main characters are interesting and believable.
The narration is of good quality, is easy to listen to and enhances the tension of the story. Each character sounds unique and their emotions as well as the stress of the situations just increases how engaging the story is. I did not encounter any errors in the recording.
I very much enjoyed this book and I believe it is better than the first two in this series. I am looking forward to finding out what happens in the next book.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
The third in the Conestoga Colony Ship series by John Thornton finds Cammary and Jerome still struggling to find an acceptable life in their new home. They, accompanied by the irrepressible Kin, decide to revisit the planet Zahlia around which their ship is circling, this time heading for a different habitat, Beta. A communications link seems to indicate that this, like Alpha, is inhabited. And it is - but is very different from the lush environment they had visited before and what the finally discover shocks them immensely.
Another ingenious and enjoyable adventure of two of the survivors from Earth's Dome 17, this one increasingly sinister. Narrator Lauren Holladay does a reasonable job with the reading, though there are some odd pronunciations. She reads clearly and with good intonation and her character voicings, if not very distinct, are there. She does not attempt to immigrate Kin's laugh, thank goodness, no sing the song, instead simply reciting it.
A good, simple, but enjoyable follow on science fiction story in the Conestoga series set within the wider Colony Ship world.