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Distant Origins: An Anki Legacies Science Fantasy for Young Adults Paperback – December 26, 2015
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"I was never bored with this action-packed story. The main characters' open-mindedness and acceptance of all species and cultures (along with their teamwork) was a mental and emotional balm after going through my social media feeds. The technology (especially the LARC1 colony ship with its design and the way it was adapted to serve the colony even on landfall) really intrigued me.
From the Author
Thanks for browsing Distant Origins. This is my first novel and the first part of Anki Legacies. I have always been fascinated by ancient alien theories and this novel was my opportunity to explore a universe where mankind begins to catch up with the advanced life that may have sparked our species' civilization.
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I really wanted to read this because I loved the premise of the city of Atlantis was actually a ship from outer space that Earth people have reversed engineered into colony ships to send out to space. And then you add in the Mythology and could it be more intriguing?
And the story was good, the colonists find two planets that could be compatible to humans. The reason I gave the story 3 stars instead of more was because the story was a bit disjointed because of the different character's storylines. For the most part it was very good and flowed well but there were times that it just didn't seem to make sense so I had to go back and read some of the story again. I'm interested enough to want to read another book if this were to become a series.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. ~Amy's Bookshelf Reviews