Arcadia

Arcadia Five years ago Kate jumped on every opportunity to come out here She d loved the thrill of staring off the ship s stern watching the Sun slowly shrink peering as closely at the white hot thrusters

  • Title: Arcadia
  • Author: James Erwin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 315
  • Format: ebook
  • Five years ago, Kate jumped on every opportunity to come out here She d loved the thrill of staring off the ship s stern, watching the Sun slowly shrink, peering as closely at the white hot thrusters as she could before Virgil shut off her visor She d loved looking forward at Acadia s magnetic scoop, trying to catch some glimpse of the invisible cone that was funneling tFive years ago, Kate jumped on every opportunity to come out here She d loved the thrill of staring off the ship s stern, watching the Sun slowly shrink, peering as closely at the white hot thrusters as she could before Virgil shut off her visor She d loved looking forward at Acadia s magnetic scoop, trying to catch some glimpse of the invisible cone that was funneling the vacuum s stray atoms into its antimatter furnace In those days, she d even grinned at the dizzying challenge of spacewalking on a rotating cylinder But that was five years ago .A hundred years from now, humanity is reaching for the stars, but a mysterious force which has shaped the course of the 21st century now threatens to destroy civilization A small group of people some human, some AI must face choices which will change the course of history Acadia is the first novel by James Erwin.

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    1 thought on “Arcadia”

    1. It was an ambitious project to write this book. I backed it on Kickstarter after someone else recommended the project and the author to me (I have no idea who now). I was a little confused in parts of reading this book as it is a story told in a non-linear fashion - as things that happened in the past are relevant to the now of the main story, or to the past that is being discussed because it's relevant to the now of the main story (you can see how this is confusing) then those elements are unco [...]

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