Dr. Cass Baros is haunted by dreams of an alien world…
…and will do anything to find it.
Relentlessly, she works her science team–along with her co-project leader and fiancé, Dr. Julian Saunders–in order to create the first lab-contained wormhole. Their boss, Dr. Janson, has a secret agenda. He adds a military contingent, which expands their six person team to twelve and increases tensions between the members. Egos will clash, agendas will cross, and their worlds will be undone as they travel through the wormhole.
The team, unable to return home and facing numerous dangers–conflicting desires, burning suns, cannibalistic monsters–is plunged into an adventure beyond their control. They struggle to unravel millennia old secrets in an alien world where nothing is what it seems. While Captain Lewis’ leadership strengthens, Cass deals with her destiny as the Brajj queen, and the Brajj, Jeamon, questions his lifelong beliefs and loyalties.
Cass and her team wrestle with her royal status to the Brajj, while being tossed between love and betrayal, genius and madness, and a jealousy frightening enough to cause the destruction of worlds.
For me this one was a little bittersweet, the concept was pretty cool and interesting, but at times it was so complicated it made dizzy.
The characters they were very unique in a way, one thing I liked about this one was about the decisions they took along the way, from all possibilities they were carving their paths with each one.
Now the concept is not new but it was pretty well taken, and if you love science most probably will like the experiments with the wormhole.
By the end as was having a lot of fun really, they were some parts just so fantastical that they made me laugh, but in all it was a nice listen.
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