The Jovian Legacy

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The Jovian Legacy, 2007 - New Zealand fiction - 356 pages
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Jovian, a planet deep within the universe with an Earth-like atmosphere, is a world of genetically enhanced specimens. Lives are longer, knowledge is advanced, and everything is tuned for a greater sensory experience. Thirty-five light years away on Earth, Jack is a young man who has lived an ordinary New Zealand way of life, surfing the Internet on his computer and spending time with his new girlfriend Megan. Life has been uneventful, living with his aunt and uncle since the disappearance of his parents on their yacht in the Bermuda Triangle five years earlier. Suddenly Jack finds himself drawn into a world of virtual reality, interplanetary travel and Jovian scientists who express great interest in Jack. He is able to download scenes from his childhood and virtually revisit them, scenes which lead him to a new mission to discover the fate of his parents and Megan's strange connection to Jovian. Jack and Megan's lives are about to be radically changed. What does Jovian want with Jack's family, and should they trust this exciting but secretive new world?

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