The Dead of Space: Brave New World (Book 1) [NOOK Book]

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Welcome to the future of the walking dead! The Earth is freezing over. After a deep space probe returns with information of another habitable planet at the end of our galaxy, a desperate attempt to save mankind is implemented. The Intrepid, a massive starship with a crew of 500, is sent to investigate the world designated E-eleven-two for possible habitation of the human race. The world looks perfect, clear springs, tall mountains, open fields, even the remnants of the planet's native inhabitants still exist, ...
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The Dead of Space: Brave New World (Book 1)

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Overview

Welcome to the future of the walking dead! The Earth is freezing over. After a deep space probe returns with information of another habitable planet at the end of our galaxy, a desperate attempt to save mankind is implemented. The Intrepid, a massive starship with a crew of 500, is sent to investigate the world designated E-eleven-two for possible habitation of the human race. The world looks perfect, clear springs, tall mountains, open fields, even the remnants of the planet's native inhabitants still exist, right down to the structures they one lived in. And there are no native species to threaten the newly arrived human population. It's perfect...it's paradise. A mystery arrives in the form of the planet's previous inhabitant's corpses, found frozen under the polar ice caps, thousands of them, all perfectly preserved. The scientists, in their excitement, hastily bring back fifty of the bodies to base camp, each one perfectly preserved and ready to be dissected and studied. As the bodies thaw out and await dissection, first one, then another begins to move, and soon, they start to walk; despite being dead for hundreds if not thousands of years The crew of the Intrepid are about to find out what happened to the natives of E-eleven-two, and are going to discover to their horror that they didn't die out naturally. In fact, there was nothing natural about their demise. The future isn't full of hope...the future is dead.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011882029
  • Publisher: Living Dead Press
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 196
  • File size: 696 KB

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  • Posted June 11, 2011

    meh

    This had a lot of potential, but the author just introduces and gives you long explanations of people that he's going to kill on the next page. Aliens? awesome. Zombies? amazing. Combined? you'd think it'd be an ace, but it was an epic fail. He went into detail about a lot of different science, but he left out one major thing. What did they do before they went into hibernation? Did they have to fast? Because if they didn't how did they remove waste from their bodies? It would have rotted inside their bodies through the 49 year hibernation state.

    I guess all I'm saying is that there were details given where they weren't needed and left out where they should have been put it. If he would have made this book longer, going into more depth it would have really made a great book, but I'm still going to give the sequel a try.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2013

    9$ for 126 pages.....!?!?

    Ripoff! 9$ FOR 126 PAGES SUCK

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