The last memory Anissa Alto has is watching the destruction of the research ship Spindle by a rival scientist and being unable to do anything about it. The next thing she knows, she's waking up in an unfamiliar sickbay one hundred years later, surrounded by a crew of
Sawyer's plan was simple: dig up the artifact resting in the bottom of a pit on an uninhabited planet, become an academic superstar, and never teach undergraduates again. The artifact turning out to be a woman from a neighboring star system put into stasis throws his dreams of student-free research off-kilter, as does Anissa herself.
Anissa knows who destroyed the Spindle and why, and that the perpetrator is still out there a century later. But as she and Sawyer investigate,
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Spindle's End by Jessica Marting is a great story to read . This is a great space story to read and i really enjoyed it didn't thinkI would but I really did. I recommend to everyone who love reading space stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
This is a relatively new author for me, only my second book by her, and I am very glad that I chose to read this book. At first, I was a bit confused as it jumps around from past to present but by Chapter 3, I was with it as to who was who and from what time period! From there the book got better and better soon realized that I didn’t want to put the book down to do things like make lunch or even get a drink! There is lots of action and unexpected events in this story. It’s a great plot and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.