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Exceptional Imageries

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Russian Federal Space Agency (RFSA) are continuing to operate the International Space Station (ISS) together.

However, now there is an additional vessel orbiting in space.

Andrew J. Morgan’s imageries of place and action help draw the reader in, investing in characters from the outset.

I particularly liked following the parallel, related stories—one on the ground, one 240 miles in space—as they unfolded page after page. Sally Fisher, a communication expert specializing in deep space transmission is rushed to the space station in an attempt to contact the glistening apparition that is following the ISS. Her immediate overseer, however, has other plans.

Journalist Sean Jacob gets wind of some of the goings on and decides to investigate, opening a can of worms that neither he nor his editor can contain. Conspiracy, secrets and betrayal are the order of the day in this tale of international, perhaps, interplanetary intrigue.

The evolution of the characters allows the reader to become involved in their lives, struggles, hopes and fears. The story arc keeps us attached to the next twist and eventual outcome. The narrative is both plausible, and possible.

For lovers of strongly written science fiction that carries a worthwhile message, I highly recommend “Vessel.”

Disclosure: I received a digital copy of this book free from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

 

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