You Reap What You Sow (The Ark Project)

You Reap What You Sow (The Ark Project)

by TJ Hudson

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You Reap What You Sow (The Ark Project) by TJ Hudson

A series of short interconnected tales set in the Ark Project Universe.
Several hundred years in the future and humanity has reached the stars. Little do they know that first contact will come from a most unlikely place.
What should have been a momentous and great occasion instead turns into something that leads humanity down a dark and dangerous path.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044390065
Publisher: TJ Hudson
Publication date: 03/18/2013
Series: Ark Project , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 229,643
File size: 227 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

TJ Hudson lives in Yorkshire, UK. Although his body resides there his mind can often be found wandering away to who knows where.He decided it was about time these meanderings into the land of imagination were written down, and just maybe make some sense of it all.To find out more visit tjhudson.net.

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You Reap What You Sow (The Ark Project) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
C_M_Brown More than 1 year ago
You Reap What You Sow, by TJ Hudson is a sci-fi, which takes place across nearly 500 years, in a distant space colony, set up in another star system, with a purpose to mine for the precious resources desperately needed for humanities survival. On a reconnaissance mission searching for minerals, the spaceship Eir, commanded by Lieutenant Commander Benjamin Richards happens upon an alien ship and First Contact is made. Unfortunately, this historical event starts a domino effect to the demise of the human race. Humanity discovers there are number of alien races, and that space is not quite as big as they once thought, with mining territories and regulations already enforced by the different species. The story line of You Reap What You, Sow is quite interesting, but it is somewhat disjointed, and the flow is lost with the time jumps, making it difficult to read. I found myself re-reading to grasp an important fact or two and at times to understand what was occurring.