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To stay, and die at sixty-five, or to go on a dangerous one-way journey through space?
But what if choosing to chase your dreams into the stars can mean leaving behind one of your children?
Cover illustration by Neil Smith
ISBN: 978-0-9922537-0-7 (2nd edition, print)
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Published by N Titi PublishingThis book is part of Of a Note in a Cosmic Song
5.0 out of 5 stars Important science fiction. July 10, 2017
It is not often that I want to read the next book in a series these days but I can't wait to read the next book in this one.
Of a Note in a Cosmic Song - Djar is science fiction at its most human, both in the moving stories of the characters and the topical note is strikes as our own planet begins to consider options as we exceed our natural resources. But Djar is not about that. It's about choices. Big, life-changing choices that hinge on no more than a hope and a dream that everything might be better anywhere else. This is important science fiction and I'm looking forward to the next one.
Who wouldn't want to escape from a society where personal freedom and even lifetime is limited? Nevertheless families become torn apart because of the possibility to colonize a new planet. One by one the reader gets to know the persons who are desperate to go on this mission, those who are equally desperate to stay home and those who are denied the opportunity, as well as the circumstances that cause their reasons. I found the story moving, realistic and oppressing. Will the colonists free themselves of the laws they had to live by, or replace the rules by new ones?
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