Double Full Moon Night
From Gentry Lee,New York Timesbestselling co-author with Arthur C. Clarke of the Rama series, comes the magnificent sequel toBright Messengers, his first solo novel set in the Rama universe. InDouble Full Moon Night, Lee continues the saga of Johann, Beatrice, and the Martian colonists chosen to embark on one of the most thrilling and mysterious adventures in human history. For engineer Johann Eberhardt, life has come down to this: a tiny but bountiful island inside a vast alien sphere that is both paradise and prison. Eight years ago, Johann, accompanied by nine Martian colonists, entered the sphere with his beloved Beatrice, priestess-bishop of the Order of St. Michael, searching for the true nature of the mystical visitors some said were extraterrestrial--and others said came from God. Once inside the sphere, the colonists were separated and Johann has since lived in virtual isolation to raise the daughter Beatrice left behind after her tragic death. Now the island paradise Johann shares with the child Maria has been invaded by a violent and enigmatic life-form. Risking everything, Johann begins a dangerous journey across the water in search of safety and his fellow colonists. It is an odyssey that is beset with deadly peril: from strange sentient creatures to imprisonment in an underwater world by a species whose motives may be benevolent. But it is when the colonists are reunited and transported to an exotic planet that the true challenge for survival begins. For as dissension and jealousy threaten to divide his fellow settlers, Johann is visited by Beatrice with a dire warning: Johann must learn from the planet's creatures how to survive the upcoming "double full moon night." If not, they will all be destroyed, leaving forever unanswered the secrets of the universe they have traveled so far--and sacrificed so much--to discover.
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Review: Double Full Moon NightUser Review - Jake - Goodreads
Check out my review of Bright Messengers to see why I feel Gentry Lee often gets roughed up by readers. This sequel to Bright Messengers is okay, not great. We are seeing a storyline that is much too ... Read full review