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Reviewed in Australia on 21 May 2021
One of the things I always liked about space exploration studies is that the challenge comes from the environment and there is no requirement for a villain for the story to be exciting. This doesn’t mean that the characters don’t have their flaws, or that the suffering doesn’t feel real. Quite the contrary: in these pages you will read of fundamentally decent people overcoming an existential threat and their own internal struggles in a tale that has the mood of the tales of Epic Discovery like stories of the Manhattan Project or the Apollo Programme. All tied up with a mystery and a perfect little ending.
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