Oxygen: A Mission Gone Desperately Wrong and No Way Out Short of Blind Faith

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Thorndike Press, 2001 - Fiction - 632 pages
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In the year 2012, Valkerie Jansen, a young microbial ecologist, is presented with an amazing opportunity to continue her research as a member of the NASA corps of astronauts. When a sudden resignation opens the door for her to be a part of a mission to Mars, her life dream becomes a reality. Dreams turn suddenly to nightmares for NASA and the crew as an explosion cripples the spacecraft on the outward voyage. The crew's survival depends on complete trust in one another-but is one of the four the saboteur?

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A while ago I took advantage of a cheap Kindle download of John B. Olson and Randy Ingermanson's 2001 novel Oxygen. though I'm not a fan of its genre (near-future scientific thriller), I wanted to see ... Read full review

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I purchased the book Oxygen for two reasons one of those being to read the bit at the end for other Authors. I wanted to thank the authors for a good read. I read the story first knowing it probably ... Read full review


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