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Voyager One, The Homecoming


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How can the Voyager One space probe be in two places at the same time?

An object is caught in the nets of an Alaskan trawler fishing in the icy waters of the Bering Strait. NASA scientist Sitara Khan identifies it but cannot believe what she is seeing - it's Voyager One, which is currently approximately 13 billion miles away. The probe is taken back to the Jet Propulsion Lab at Caltech but, unknown to NASA, the spacecraft was a Trojan Horse carrying a killer virus which has been released into the atmosphere, bypassing NASA's Planetary Protection protocols.

A small band of survivors, immune to the disease, travels to Washington DC in the hope of finding some kind of governmental emergency plan in place and discover that the pandemic is no accident but a strategic attack on Earth preempting a full scale extra-terrestrial invasion.

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4.0 Rating


The storyline was interesting from the start and kept building suspense up until the first alien appeared. After that, it was still a fun read but could no longer be considered anything but light reading. Still, I enjoyed it and thank the author for the opportunity.

London Marion

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