Priscilla Hutchins series
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In the year 2204, tragedy and terror forced a scientific team to prematurely evacuate Maleiva III. Nineteen years later, a rogue moon hurtling through space is about to obliterate the last opportunity to study this rare, life-supporting planet. With less than three weeks left before the disaster, superluminal pilot Priscilla "Hutch" Hutchins — the only even remotely qualified professional within lightyears of the ill-fated planet —...
A civilization-destroying omega cloud has switched direction, heading straight for a previously unexplored planetary system—and its alien society. And suddenly, a handful of brave humans must try to save an entire world—without revealing their existence.
To boost waning interest in interstellar travel, a mission is sent into deep space to learn the truth about "moonriders," the strange lights supposedly being seen in nearby systems. But Academy pilot Valentina Kouros and the team of the starship Salvator will soon discover that their odyssey is no mere public-relations ploy, for the moonriders are not a harmless phenomenon. They are very, very dangerous-in a way that no one could possibly have...
Chosen as One of the Five Best SF Novels of the Year by Library Journal.
When a young physicist unveils an efficient star drive capable of reaching the core of the galaxy, veteran star pilot Priscilla 'Hutch' Hutchins finds herself back in the deepest reaches of space, and on the verge of discovering the origins of the deadly omega clouds that continue to haunt her.
|Avail. Copies||Location||Call #|
|1 of 1||Donelson - Adult Fiction||Fiction McDevit|
|0 of 1||Main Library - Adult Fiction||Fiction McDevit|
|1 of 1||Southeast - Adult Fiction||Fiction McDevit|
|Pub. Date||Edition||Publisher||Phys Desc.||Language||Availability|
|||First edition hardcover.||Saga Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.,||451 pages ; 22 cm||English|
Donelson - Adult Fiction
Southeast - Adult Fiction