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Aurora is the second installment of the Exodus Trilogy.
In 2080, the starship Exodus left Earth, carrying some 1600 people, to give humanity a second chance. Now, in 2245, the colonists are trying to build a future on distant Aurora. But the doomed world that sent them on their long voyage had turned oppressive, and a small group forged a plan to let those sent on the Exodus choose a different path.
While Kenneth Taylor struggles to maintain his self-imposed silence even now, Thomas Dunn is slowly subverting the colonial administration. Governor George Havelar, on the other hand, wants to make sure mistakes of the past are not repeated as he proposes a radical plan. In the north a simmering discontent is threatening to break up the unity of the human settlement on Aurora, and former scramjet pilot Tina Hammer realizes she can no longer stay out of the conflict. Maria Solis, torn between loyalty to her father’s faction and her consciousness, must make a difficult choice as she witnesses a terrible crime.
With an entire planet to discover, tensions rise as opposing forces work their plans. While the leadership of the colony tries to affirm its control, others are working to regain lost liberties.
Will humanity’s final outpost survive the confrontation, or succumb to destruction?
“A different type of sci-fi series that I found to be well written and well thought out. If you enjoy sci-fi I think you will enjoy reading this series” Amazon review
Targeted Age Group: 16+
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