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Trajectory Book 1 (New Providence) Kindle Edition
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I'm not giving it 5 stars only because I'm comparing it to the best books in the genre. And because I'd love a larger world, with more development on the social side of that world and also even more science. Though maybe that's in the second book. But even as it is, just the first book, it felt very satisfactory reading it.
"This was a great book. The author did a great job introducing the characters at the beginning and made it very interesting. The author made it very easy to be hooked on the book. My dad challenged me to finish the book in one week. I did the math and I figured out that if I read 19 chapters a day I would finish the book in four days but the book was so good I finished it in two days. The science was very good. I haven’t done enough research to find out if it is totally true, but I know enough to know it is cloes. Campbell does a great job describing the future and describes the end of the world.
Near the end of the book it still felt like the middle of the book (I didn't know there was a #2). Overall I think is a great book and I can’t wait to read the second one."
Robert creates a world in a probably distant future where humans live on Mars.
The world is probable, and Robert explores the themes of what it would take to survive. I imagined a less gritty Syd Mead world described.
Robert makes the characters likable. The character's fate are quickly tangled in a possible threat to humanity, starting with their loved ones.
All in all, I enjoyed the storytelling. While it was Robert's first book, it didn't feel like it.
Well done. Already anxiously awaiting the next part.