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New Dawn (In the Days of Humans) Paperback – December 17, 2014
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Terry R. Hill, a Texas native, was trained with two degrees in aerospace engineering. He has worked for NASA since 1997 with a very satisfying career as an engineer and project manager spanning programs from the international space station’s navigation software, to next generation space suit design, to exploration mission planning, to mitigating the health effects of space on astronauts. While supporting the manned space program has been a lifetime passion, writing of different worlds, alternate futures and the human condition has filled his spare time. Always looking to maximize what life has to offer, Terry has found himself singing on stage, helping to house the less fortunate, skydiving, hammering away at the Berlin Wall, wearing space suits, ice swimming in Finland in the dead of winter, bathing in the hot springs of Japan, and forging into the unknown as a parent. Life is too short to let opportunities pass us by as we only get one chance to ride. But mostly, it’s all about the people in our everyday as we experience this thing we call Life.
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While a lot is presented, the novel ends with a lot of open issues that leaves one yearning for the next novel in the series!
Meanwhile, back on humanity’s new home base on Mars, we are treated to a plausible portrayal of the social issues likely to be encountered as settlers go about developing their new civilization.
There are many surprises in store in New Dawn, and the character development is top-notch. I highly recommend it.