Landfall : The Ship Series

  • by Jerry Aubin
  • Narrated by Eric Martin
  • Series: The Ship Series
  • 7 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Ship fled a dying Earth to save the human race. Launched as the last gasp of humanity, the Ship set out to preserve the species by seeding the universe with one billion colonists. Generations of crew, trained to be either flight or marines, have spent 5,000 years protecting the Ship and its civilian cargo from the constant threat of alien violence.
Fifteen-year-old Zax has always had trouble fitting in with the other cadets, but he's finally on the cusp of attaining his dream and gaining entrance to the Pilot Academy. Catching the eye of the flight boss and winning him as a mentor should guarantee Zax a top spot, unless the shocking discovery he makes along the way destroys not only his career, but also the Ship itself.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

not bad, but not great either.

This came up as a recommendation on my feed and as I had a credit thought I'd give it a shot. Freebie, right?

I'm not sure - is this supposed to be a kids or teen book? It's too simplistic for a serious adults science fiction book. Too much is left unexplained, or glossed over never to be mentioned again, and too many obvious issues are not picked up by the two presumably brightest cadets in the fleet. Doesn't say much for the rest of the academy, does it?

The story itself can be pieced together by the reader, despite the book trying to keep you in the dark - so you order the next book in the series, I guess, and in its own simple way it's pretty good. Pacing is fine, and the level of tension is maintained well by a consistently good reading from Martin

Character development is good, with Zax and Kalare showing a growing bond, despite events trying to pit them constantly against each other, but character history and back story is practically non-existent, with the exception of a couple of bits thrown in about Zax himself, and Kalare's airlock experience.

Given that this was a free book I'm happy with it, but if I'd paid for it, I'd be disappointed. As it is, I'll probably get the next book out of mild curiosity rather than a burning desire to find out what happens.
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- In car listener

Am I sure

not really sure about this one ...maybe bk2 will shine a light on this offering
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- Andre Pau

Book Details

  • Release Date: 30-05-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio