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    Craig A. Falconer(Author)

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They were heading for Venus. Somewhere else found them first…When a sudden impact sends a spacecraft bound for a distant research station hurtling towards a previously unseen and inexplicable planet, responsibility for the safety of its passengers immediately falls on Ivy ‘Holly’ Wood, a former poster-child of the public space program now fleeing Earth’s tyrannical leadership.The mysterious planet’s startlingly Earth-like atmosphere initially breeds optimism among Holly’s group of stranded survivors, but before long it becomes clear that Earth’s rules don’t apply and that nothing can be taken for granted.With all hopes of escape dependent on discovering the true nature of this increasingly hostile planet, Holly and the rest of the desperate survivors know only one thing for sure: their newly discovered world will not give up its secrets without a fight.Terradox is a sci-fi thriller/adventure novel from the author of the breakout bestseller Not Alone, an Audible.com ‘Best of 2016’ finalist. [Paperback length: 550 pages]
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  • PDF | 550 pages
  • Craig A. Falconer(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (25 Mar. 2017)
  • English
  • 8
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By David Close on 21 June 2017

    I really enjoyed this book. I thought it it might not be that great given the name and the description of an 'invisible' planet but I really enjoyed the world Craig built (literally and figuarative).

  • By Ian Gane on 4 May 2017

    Believable characters & possible technology. A fast moving storyline & a clear cut ending. A thoroughly enjoyable read.

  • By Guest on 2 August 2017

    All the ingredients of good near-future Sci-Fi - believable, but interesting and innovative future along with a timeless storyline (here a bit of a James Bond villain trying to destroy the world). The story keeps moving along, and although the ending felt like it just happened, it is an enjoyable read from start to finish.

  • By Mr M Smith on 16 June 2017

    Very entertaining and imaginative read, much better than 'We are not alone' which 80% public relations and very little about alien visitations

  • By Bigal on 25 May 2017

    Good storyline, really enjoyed to the end

  • By Michael on 14 June 2017

    very good

  • By Richard Simner on 8 June 2017

    Imaginative and interesting. Quite a tough job to visualise a future controlled by a single corrupt corporation and I'm not convinced it worked entirely but I enjoyed reading it and that's surely the point ...


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