Some truths are better left unfound.
In the far future, humanity settles the stars, bioengineering its descendants to survive in a harsh universe. This is the fourth book in the science fiction series, The Backworlds. A space opera adventure.
For two years Craze’s dear friend, Lepsi, has been missing. The murmurings of a haunted spaceship might be a message and may mean his old pal isn’t dead. The possibility spurs Craze and Captain Talos into space to uncharted worlds. Searching an unfamiliar region of the galaxy beyond the Backworlds, they stumble upon a terrible truth.
Meanwhile, Rainly remains on Pardeep Station as acting planetlord, dealing with the discovery of her man’s dark and brutal past. Alone and questioning her judgment, her introspection unlocks more than heartache. Latent protocols in her cybernetics activate, forcing her to face a sinister secret of her own.
Russell Upchurch: "love this set of books! The Backworlds series actually got me back into reading."
R. Sitler: "Have loved this series from the first page of the first book. Not only is the storyline entertaining, but the backfill of the various characters is truly wonderful. The only problem I can find with this book, and the others in the series, is I have to wait so long for the next book."
Beyond the Edge
The plot was to convoluted, I skimmed most of the Rainly chapters--bored me to tears. The rest was more like four stars. I hate it that you felt it necessary to introduce us to alien carnality. Best word I could come up with. Im done good luck