From the Nebula Award-winning author comes a newly revised edition of this story in his classic Galactic Center series.
2076: Technology has propelled the world into a new age of enlightenment. Nigel (from In the Ocean of Night) has left Earth to explore space for alien life. But while on this captivating mission, humanity's birthplace has fallen prey to attack and its seas are seeded with alien lifeforms. Now, Nigel is left to search for the only savior he knows-the one who saved him once before-the alien machine called the "Snark." Having left the solar system and turned traitor to its alien masters, Nigel is unsure of the Snark's new allegiance. Is the Snark a friend? Or will it also turn on Nigel... proving to be a deadly foe?
Poor Quality! Wait for revision!
The book is fine, but the ebook is terrible. It seems like someone with a poor grasp of English copied it from an audiotape or something... Here's an excerpt, copied exactly as it appears: “numb I wonder why it left the Skyhook its engines dead It? What it? and returns dutifully to measuring the wisps of solar winds The it that put the boot in on that wasteland, leaving our Watcher behind the woman pipes his image into her plex, squints at him Maybe too much trouble to knock it down they uncoil, each, from the tie-in labyrinth After doing that to the surface?”
Excerpt From: Benford, Gregory. “Across the Sea of Suns.” Aspect, 2007-07-31. iBooks.
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Don't buy this crap until it gets run past an editor :/