Heaven's Warby David S. Goyer, Michael Cassutt
The competing teams of astronauts sent to explore the asteroid Keanu discovered it was, in fact, a giant spacecraft with an alien crew carrying a plea for help. A brave new frontier beckons. But it will come at a price. Without warning, the aliens transport small groups of humans to the vast interior habitats of Keanu.
Their first challenge is to survive. Their second: discover why The Architects—the unseen aliens controlling the asteroid—brought them there. The third: find a way to take control of Keanu. Because the ship is moving again.
The Architects are going home...
“Brisk and efficiently engrossing.”—Kirkus Reviews
“The sort of work that can hold its own among the genre’s greats; the Clarkes and the Nivens and the Heinleins.”—The Maine Edge
What People are Saying About This
"David Goyer always delivers thoroughly imagined, minutely researched worlds, spun around the most outlandish premises."
Guillermo del Toro, director of Pan's Labrynth and New York Times bestselling co-author of The Strain
"Terrific...Cassutt and Goyer give Arthur C. Clarke a run for his money. Prepare to have your world rocked."
Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo and Nebula award-winning author of Triggers
"May be as close as I ever get to an actual ride with NASA. But what a ride!"
Jack McDevitt, author of Firebrand
"In a fast-paced blending of Rama and The Right Stuff, Goyer and Cassutt offer a compelling yarn about first contact in the near future. Nobody 'does NASA' better."
David Brin, author of The Uplift War
"Reading this book is like riding a rollercoaster."
Meet the Author
David S. Goyer is a screenwriter, film director, and comic book writer. His screenplays include Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and Man of Steel.
Michael Cassutt is a television producer, scriptwriter, and author. His TV work includes The Twilight Zone, Max Headroom, and Eerie, Indiana. His novels include Missing Man and Red Moon.
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The first book was good but this time the author is trying to tell 20 different points of view, its confusing and just plain dumb. Buy at your own risk.
Very good and engrossing book. The story is told from multiple character's point of views, however it is always stated at the beginning of the chapter whom is speaking so there is no confusion. There is a handy reference guide at the start of who is who you can refer to. This book is more action packed than the first and definitely leaves you hanging. Another great read and a must read if you have read the first.
It was good but nothing revolutionary or particularly eye popping in this novel. Some character transitions can beconfusing but other than that it is a decent read . Hope the third book is better though and finally gives some of the action the other two novels hinted on but never followed up on.