Multi-volume, sci-fi author, Paul Vincent introduces us to the first volume in the Astronomicon series, “Inception Point”:
Three spacecraft, 240 colonists, 25 trillion miles and a discovery that will change everything.
The thrilling start of the Astronomicon Science Fiction series, charting the human race's first faltering steps to another star. Chris Sergov, Commander of the Elysian, leads a colonisation mission to Proxima Centauri. After the landing goes wrong, the survivors must race to locate their vital supplies and equipment left scattered across the surface of the alien planet.
They soon discover that the low temperatures and harsh conditions are not all that stand between them and survival. A chance discovery on their new home planet becomes the strongest evidence yet that mankind is not alone in the cosmos. Meanwhile, political changes back on Earth threaten to put an end to space exploration and the outer planets mining operations. Who will win in a standoff between the Jovian miners and Earth's military?
Science Fiction is my favorite genre for personal consumption. This book has not let me down. There are a lot of twists in the plot and people are dying left and right! The author has created a very believable look into the future of humanity. That future is full of people just like on earth now, radical terrorists and all. The cast of characters are very believable, they have issues and struggles that drew me right into the heart of the story. Paul also has the transport ships and terrain well mapped out, everything fits together quite nicely.
I give this story 4 stars! A pleasure to read! Well worth having in your library!
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