Skies of Jeremiah When human explorers sling out to the edges of the known universe most of the actual surveying on exploratory missions gets done by machine On a mission that goes precisely to plan the actual humans

  • Title: Skies of Jeremiah
  • Author: John LaRue
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When human explorers sling out to the edges of the known universe, most of the actual surveying on exploratory missions gets done by machine On a mission that goes precisely to plan, the actual humans have nothing to do but keep each other from going crazy, file a claim on behalf of their sponsoring nation and or corporation, and then sit around dictating report summariesWhen human explorers sling out to the edges of the known universe, most of the actual surveying on exploratory missions gets done by machine On a mission that goes precisely to plan, the actual humans have nothing to do but keep each other from going crazy, file a claim on behalf of their sponsoring nation and or corporation, and then sit around dictating report summaries that help the folks back home prioritize the information coming back It is not a coincidence that missions never go precisely to plan The six men who rode one way tickets a quadrillion miles away from the next nearest humans would have done well to settle on the moon of the Earth like planet they discover Jeremiah Humans can t breathe Jeremiah s air, but a toxic sky won t stop Captain Parker and his crew from settling on the surface of a planet swimming with water and teeming with life And they may be light years from any human being But they re not alone Nestled in the hills near the shore of an alien sea, a city of millipedes bustles with peaceable activity For now.

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    1. Fantastic and imaginative short sci-fi novel. Highly recommended if you're looking for something in the "sentient aliens" sub-genre that isn't anything like Star Trek.

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