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Christian Cantrell is a software developer from northern Virginia. He writes the technology blog LivingDigitally.net and takes photographs for microkosmic.com. Cantrell is the author of several self-published short stories, including “Brainbox” and “Farmer One”; Containment is his first full-length novel.
In Containment, Arik is one of a new generation of settlers on a base on the planet Venus. With dwindling oxygen supplies, Arik is tasked with coming up with ways to increase the... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Michael P. Long
It starts with an assumption about co2 but then keeps coming back again and again with nothing but disdain for any real science. If I wanted two read mein kampf I would have.Published 15 days ago by John
The best Christian Cantrell novel IMO. Also enjoyed it's successor "Equinox". Thoughtful and interested SF.Published 17 days ago by Thomas S. Williams
I read this book a few years ago. Once I picked it up, I couldn't put it down. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Very creative and well written.Published 18 days ago by I. Nigel Chike
There was an interesting plot but too much technical explanation of arcane software strategies.Published 1 month ago by Janet Pletcher
Pushing the limits of self sufficiency in an unforgivable environmemt - that is what these people face.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty good read. Kept me entertained and moving at a good pace. It finished rather abruptly and I would have liked the story to continue.Published 2 months ago by Max Remley