Passengers to Zeta Nine (Peter Salisbury's Passengers Series)

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  • Title: Passengers to Zeta Nine (Peter Salisbury's Passengers Series)
  • Author: Peter Salisbury
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  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Overall, this book was interesting and I'm glad that I read it. There were a number of editing errors that distracted somewhat from the reading experience and the story was too slow moving for me in places.


    2. I wanted to like this story more than I did. The premise of humans exploring the galaxy as digitally stored personalities awaiting to be put into cloned bodies upon arrival is very novel!Unfortunately, there's some roughage around the story. FTL communication, for example, spoils the notion of sending the explorers with the ship, if they could just beam out later.The characters themselves are pretty two-dimensional. Years of training for extraterrestrial pioneering, and they can't seem to keep t [...]


    3. Let me begin this by saying I thought is book was awesome. The concept of downloading and uploading people is just great. Explorer ships are sent out with AIs running things until the ship reaches its intended destination and deems the planet suitable for humans. Then the crew is birthed as needed to proceed with exploration and colonization.Discoveries are made and the man tries to stick it to our protagonists so that a more aggressive agenda of technology and resource stripping may be pursued [...]


    4. My favoriteI don't believe I've read the last in this series yet but I've just finished a re-read of the first two. The balance between explanations and story in this novel worked well for me. I was mildly put off by some of the banter between the primary couple but didn't find it unrealistic. The story did stick in my mind from the first read through years ago but I didn't feel bored during the re-read.


    5. I bought this book (it is only published in kindle format) after searching for books with starships and aliens. It is the second in a trilogy but it looked more interesting than the first as I was attracted by the idea of exploring alien worlds. Concept/WorldI loved the concept and the world that Peter Salisbury created. It was engaging and mysterious. I particularly liked the spiders which I thought at first were just ordinary robots but became a lot more interesting as the story progressed. I [...]


    6. I bought this book (it is only published in kindle format) after searching for books with starships and aliens. It is the second in a trilogy but it looked more interesting than the first as I was attracted by the idea of exploring alien worlds. Concept/WorldI loved the concept and the world that Peter Salisbury created. It was engaging and mysterious. I particularly liked the spiders which I thought at first were just ordinary robots but became a lot more interesting as the story progressed. I [...]


    7. The start of this book was extremely interesting, especially the description of how humanity has managed to get around the relativity question (it still takes many many years to get to another star).The pacing of the novel is slow - but rather than detracting from the story (I admit I'm more used to a novel jumping from incident to incident) it allowed the author to develop the situations and the characters to a depth not normally encountered.The basis of the novel is the colonization of the pla [...]


    8. I stumbled across a Kindle forum group called The Spinning Wheel: An Old Fashioned Cafe and Book Store, where I have met many ebook/Kindle/traditional authors. They have been giving readings on their books, and I have to admit, I've bought a lot of books based on these readings. Many of these books are not my normal fare, and some just didn't do it for me, but Peter's book did! I got Passengers to Zeta Nine & Passengers To Sentience. I have just finished the Zeta book, and am looking forward [...]


    9. This book is not what I would call your normal interstellar space trip - it does however address what could be methods to solve those issues.I have not read the first book in this series, but after reading the second book (which stands on it's own without requiring you to read the previous one) I will have to read the whole series!The concept of interstellar travel generally requires the creation of an interstellar drive that sidesteps what we currently know about the universe or a multi-generat [...]


    10. An interesting attempt at classic science fiction but it didn't ring true for me. For the most part, the main characters act like they belong on a mediocre sitcom; their major goals seem to be obtaining creature comforts, with pioneering and colonization a distant second. The technology is also a big crutch for them, as their nanotechnology can make eveything they need, and if they die, they can be reckoned. The technology was the most interesting part of the tale, as the characters were pretty [...]



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