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The Dreams of the Chosen

Juvenile & Young Adult


by
Brian Cawell

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 376 pages

File size: 2.7 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Telepathy, technology, and 80 years of unbroken peace: for the younger generation, life on Deucalion is utopian but maybe just a little bit too predictable. But now, a thousand years after the settlement of the planet—and centuries after all contact was lost with Earth—an expedition, using a new and untried technology, is setting out into the unknown to discover what happened all those years ago on the mother planet. What they find there will threaten their very survival and raise questions about what it means to be human and civilized. The Dreams of the Chosen is the final chapter in the multiaward-winning Deucalion Sequence, which started with Deucalion and was followed by its acclaimed sequel, The View from Ararat.

Telepathy, technology, and 80 years of unbroken peace: for the younger generation, life on Deucalion is utopian but maybe just a little bit too predictable. But now, a thousand years after the settlement of the planet—and centuries after all contact was lost with Earth—an expedition, using a new and untried technology, is setting out into the unknown to discover what happened all those years ago on the mother planet. What they find there will threaten their very… (more)

Telepathy, technology, and 80 years of unbroken peace: for the younger generation, life on Deucalion is utopian but maybe just a little bit too predictable. But now, a thousand years after the settlement of the planet—and centuries after all contact was lost with Earth—an expedition, using a new and untried technology, is setting out into the unknown to discover what happened all those years ago on the mother planet. What they find there will threaten their very survival and raise questions about what it means to be human and civilized. The Dreams of the Chosen is the final chapter in the multiaward-winning Deucalion Sequence, which started with Deucalion and was followed by its acclaimed sequel, The View from Ararat.

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