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After more than a century of isolation, the paths between stars are again open and the people of Alta in contact with their sister colony on Sandar. The opening of the foldlines has not been the unmixed blessing the Altans had supposed, however.

For the reestablishment of interstellar travel has brought with it news of the Ryall, an alien race whose goal is the extermination of humanity. If they are to avoid defeat at the hands of the aliens, Alta must seek out the military might of Earth. However, to reach Earth requires them to dive into the heart of a supernova...

©1987, 1998 Michael McCollum (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • 17.04.2013

An Extension into Hell

Fifteen years after the first two novels this one was written to continue the storyline and bring it to a conclusion.

After more than a century of isolation in “Antares Dawn” the colonists on the planet Alta went out to look up the universe. What they discovered was one more isolated world at war with the Ryall, an alien species. In “Antares Passage” the search was for a route home to mother Earth and on the way the Royall’s weakness was discovered, culminating in a plan to win the war.

This book deals with the execution of that plan – a war in space with cruel, merciless battles. But because of the Royall’s inherent xenophobia there seems to be no other way for humanity to end the war. Well, seems like another voyage of discovery is due …

This novel follows its to prequels: “hard” science-fiction at its best, with a clear story-line. A good finish to the tale despite extending the story into the hell of war.