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Survey ships explored and cataloged these faraway planets as suitable for future colonization centuries earlier, but groups with a special interest in ensuring a homogeneous and often despotic society didn’t bother applying for permission to colonize. Following the ITUIP (Interstellar Trade Union of Independent Planets) Protocol, ships are restricted to observe and maintain a hands-off policy for these rogue planets, even when there is great temptation to intervene. Moreover, they are quarantined. Eden, where a theocracy rules with an iron fist, is such a planet. A group of rebels struggles to end the oppressive regime to forge a new future.
Set in the same universe as the “Chaos Chronicles Trilogy” and the Dr. Carlos stories, this saga, mixing the best of hard sci-fi and swashbuckling fantasy elements, once again explores the never-ending battle between good and evil so prominent in the author’s works. It’s another surprising and entertaining addition to his already extensive collection of sci-fi, mystery, and thriller tales.
What reviewers said about some of the author’s previous sci-fi books:
Survivors of the Chaos: “…Moore has a way of describing his characters that really makes them come to life…. Through some pretty varied characters, you get to see the vast and detailed setting that the author envisioned, sometimes through some pretty unexpected plot twists.”—Kellie Sheridan, Sift Book Reviews
More than Human: The Mensa Contagion: “…kept me turning pages after I should have put the book down…. I found the characters well developed and the plot fresh. I was reminded of Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars trilogy.”—Debra Miller