Shedding Light This book is out of print and no longer available A combination of faster than light travel and an energy field telescope made it possible outrun the light leaving the Earth and gaze back in time For

  • Title: Shedding Light
  • Author: Michael Edelson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book is out of print and no longer available A combination of faster than light travel and an energy field telescope made it possible outrun the light leaving the Earth and gaze back in time For US Navy Commander Jack Roberts, it is the opportunity of a lifetime Chosen as a last minute replacement, all he has to do is get the ship and its crew home in one pieceThis book is out of print and no longer available A combination of faster than light travel and an energy field telescope made it possible outrun the light leaving the Earth and gaze back in time For US Navy Commander Jack Roberts, it is the opportunity of a lifetime Chosen as a last minute replacement, all he has to do is get the ship and its crew home in one piece and a promising career in space travel is his for the taking But when the expedition is plagued with inexplicable and unlikely failures, the captain and crew suspect sabotage The motive seems obvious, as the ability to look back in time raises a question that could undermine the faith of billions did God really create the world For the first time in history that question can be answered, assuming Jack can find the saboteur before he or she destroys the ship and kills them all.

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      Published :2019-03-12T10:08:14+00:00

    One Reply to “Shedding Light”

    1. A good read.The author shows his knowledge of the Naval world, even though this is far in the future. Always a good thing.Technology isn't alien style advanced, its something that could be possible, and it makes sense and leads to a more believable universe.As always, we see the errors, faults and horrors humans themselves can visit on one another in quantity as some people would rather just watch it all burn.Read this book rather quickly, which means I liked it.

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