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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Like generations before them, cadets Adam and Dawn have always lived aboard the asteroid. But past generations have never experienced a threat like this: Robotic Alien Technology (R.A.T.) is attacking the spaceship--with the intent to destroy everyone on board.
Dawn and Adam are two of the best new Coupler pilots, but theyre also famous for their clashes. When a family crisis and a R.A.T. sighting coincide, Dawn has to call on all her inner resources to stay focused on the mission. A deep space discovery lies ahead, threatening to forever alter the ships future--and every life on it.
This new manga series chronicles the story of a people born and raised aboard a giant hollowed-out asteroid traveling to settle a new world.
Prima Volta - Like generations before them, cadets Adam and Dawn have always lived aboard the asteroid. Here the rules of growing up and relationships are . . . different. But Adam and Dawns generation faces a challenge their ancestors never imagined: Robotic Alien Technology is attacking their world-with the intent to destroy everyone on board.
Empty Mansions - Now seasoned pilots, Adam, Dawn, and the Tech Corps are involved in a seemingly endless series of battles. But pilot life does not dissolve family connections as Dawn painfully learns when a loved one mysteriously nears death. Then the commander reveals a deep space discovery, forever altering the ships future and very existence!
n0t0fth1s34rth4 Stars Out Of 5May 30, 2008n0t0fth1s34rth
I understand what Corey wrote, but my take on it was less of a cliffhanger for issue one, more of a going for complete stories in each issue. I think the series is having a tough time finding an audience, though, so Corey might have hit it on the head. My kids (4 and 6) love looking at the pictures, though. Very little actual Christian content, but interesting stories, and by issue 4 I'll bet that there is a great payoff.
Corey Bramlett2 Stars Out Of 5May 29, 2008Corey Bramlett
I have to admit that I'm just disappointed with this book. Book one left off with what appeared to be a cliff hanger, plus some conflict between the main characters. This one, ignores where book one left off, the main characters have made the most of their differences reacting well to each other. As the description reads the main characters are now adept at using coupler technology, we were not even introduced to it in book 1 and now they have it all figured out.I feel like I missed book 1.5 that explained more. Kind of waiting for book 3 before giving up on this series, I'm hoping that book three doesn't need a book 2.5