The Light of the Earth As Seen from Tartarus

Ian and Jack Talley and the Prometheus Space Program set a record for the fastest manned flight to Jupiter But the journey ended in disaster, crippling Jack and killing the rest of the team.Ten years later, an eccentric multi billionaire offers them all his money, and a second chance, if they ll fly him to Pluto The Talley brothers reunite their team, ready to rekindle tIan and Jack Talley and the Prometheus Space Program set a record for the fastest manned flight to Jupiter But the journey ended in disaster, crippling Jack and killing the rest of the team.Ten years later, an eccentric multi billionaire offers them all his money, and a second chance, if they ll fly him to Pluto The Talley brothers reunite their team, ready to rekindle the dream of manned space flight But self doubts and technological issues both old and new appear, leaving the question open are they making history Or repeating it And finding the answers could cost them far than the Prometheus program.This is a near future science fiction novella.
The Light of the Earth As Seen from Tartarus Ian and Jack Talley and the Prometheus Space Program set a record for the fastest manned flight to Jupiter But the journey ended in disaster crippling Jack and killing the rest of the team Ten years

  • Title: The Light of the Earth As Seen from Tartarus
  • Author: Annie Bellet
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  • Page: 261
  • Format: ebook
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      Published :2018-06-02T00:49:39+00:00

    About the Author

    Annie Bellet

    Annie Bellet is a full time speculative fiction writer She holds a BA in English and a BA in Medieval Studies and thus can speak a smattering of useful languages such as Anglo Saxon and Medieval Welsh.Her books include Avarice Pyrrh Considerable Crimes Division Book 1 , The Gryphonpike Chronicles series, and the Twenty Sided Sorceress series.Her interests besides writing include rock climbing, reading, horse back riding, video games, comic books, table top RPGs, and many other nerdy pursuits.Want to be notified when her next book is released, receive free stories and books, and be notified about sales and other goodies Sign up for Annie Bellet s mailing list

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    • Michael said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 00:49 AM

      Wow, this was a good one!The author does a great job with character dialogue, setting the stage for the main story, and making you feel like you were a cast member of the story vs. some gray-haired guy reading away on the Kindle. This was a very good short story / novella that I could realistically see as a full-length novel in order to develop more of the story on the space adventure. About the only thing I wish that could be improved upon is a little more discussion of the technology, as I wan [...]

    • rameau said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 00:49 AM

      Rounding up. It's a lovely short story and more about the characters than the science - since I chose to suspend belief on the timeline and the physics thus implied. It's highly recommended that you concentrate on the father-son and brother-brother relationships than anything vaguely scientific.

    • A F said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 00:49 AM

      This is a very character driven novella. The characters are well developed and relatable. There's a lot of food for thought involved in all of Ms. Bellet's stories.

    • Annie Bellet said:
      Sep 25, 2018 - 00:49 AM

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