Colonizing Saturn's Moon
A hijacked spaceship...
their destiny changed forever
Award-winning first book of the Titan trilogy follows a family whose torn loyalties threaten doom on a strange world that real-life science has only begun to explore.
What if you awoke on a shadowy moon where water freezes as hard as granite and lakes fill with liquid methane? On Titan, a bizarre cult seeks utopia, but what will be different on this distant world?
Real readers say: Dynamic story - Engaging characters - Feel like you were there - Devoured this book
Discover a riveting mix of science and society on Saturn's deadly frozen moon. If you love gripping science fiction with twists and turns, you won't want to put it down.kk
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Tropes: Conspiracy, Dystopian Governments, Marooned, Reluctant Hero, Secret Society, Space Psychology
Word Count: 81000
Setting: Saturn's moon, Titan
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters
Diane Goudreau on Amazon wrote:
I thought this was a well written, dynamic story. The characters were well developed and interesting. I enjoy the author's attention to detail, particularly with the colonization process. I found myself wanting more details about the Kin as a whole, particularly how they were formed, and how they functioned on Earth. Overall, highly recommended. I look forward to reading the next book in the series.
Traci Halesvass on Write On Four Corners PodBean wrote:
This was a very engaging space story with enough science to give the reader an understanding of what’s going on, without bogging things down with endless details. Twists and turns keep things moving and the focus on young, engaging characters is refreshing. While this is not a cliff hangar, there are situations and details left unresolved. A sequel would be most welcome!
New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards on 2019 Finalists New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards wrote:
A fantastic story.
cany58 on Amazon wrote:
Award winning, Titan awarded finalist in 2019
I loved this story about a group of people that colonized Saturn’s moon Titan. Of course, in an undertaking this difficult and complex, with unpredictable humans and an unknown new world to learn about, lots of things go wrong. This is an interesting hard science fiction adventure. I devoured this book in less than two days, and can’t wait for the next book!
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