Circle is Closed (Progeny Book 2)

Circle is Closed Progeny Book A long time in humanity s future they want to return home to Earth It has changed for the good and they find something else living there Humanity left Earth a long time ago They had treated their ho

  • Title: Circle is Closed (Progeny Book 2)
  • Author: Ray Jay Perreault
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A long time in humanity s future they want to return home to Earth It has changed, for the good, and they find something else living there Humanity left Earth a long time ago They had treated their home planet poorly and the deteriorating environment forced them to leave They traveled 189 light years to a faraway world and named it Horizon, respecting the new lives thA long time in humanity s future they want to return home to Earth It has changed, for the good, and they find something else living there Humanity left Earth a long time ago They had treated their home planet poorly and the deteriorating environment forced them to leave They traveled 189 light years to a faraway world and named it Horizon, respecting the new lives they intended to build Fortunately, they learned their lessons and treated their new world much better After over 1,000 years away from Earth, they still revered her and taught their children her beauty They knew that someday they would return, Earth had healed and she would welcome them back They finally developed faster than light travel and the first place they wanted to visit was the home planet of the human race When a small crew made the trip, they found that Earth was healed and healthy but they also found changes that surprised them When they left to return to Horizon, they had questions than when they left.

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    1. Humans are finally ready for spaceship travel using FTL, and they are planning to visit earth and see if it has recovered from the disasters that have declared it unlivable. They get to pay a quick visit and find that what something they left behind has grown and thrived upon Earth.This book is the answer to Progeny, by the same author, and it shows the other side we missed in his previous book. Both can be read independently but having the information from Progeny adds a deeper dimension to thi [...]

    2. Some on Kindle Unlimited bit more surprised than used to, read a LOT and in a lot of genres, lot of things going on in this story, and the writer told it well. Also just read SIMPOC by same writer, Gemini, and Science Fiction Anthology: Vol1 which has "Progeny" "The Greatest Host" "Circle is Closed" ‘Good Morning…’ Same genre basically but definite differences in each type of book somehow.

    3. Excellent short story! Unfortunately this ends on a cliffhanger but the story is great so far. looking forward to the rest of the story.

    4. Note: While this is Book 2 in the series, it works fine as a stand alone story.Commander Leopold Harnessy is leading a mission to test a new FLT (Faster Than Light) technology. The humans of planet Horizon hope to find old Earth and perhaps resettle her but first a test ship must be sent to see if the new tech works. If it does, then larger ships could be sent the same way. The Horizon humans left Earth many, many generations ago but they still revere her. Now, they wish to reclaim that heritage [...]

    5. Amazing read by a great author. This is great being read by itself or after Progeny, as it explains a bit more what happens. Reviewed because it was too wonderful not to let everyone know.

    6. My rating: 4.5 starsAudiobook narrator Christopher M. Allport rating: 4 starsWhat. A. Tease! How can you end a book like this, Ray?!? This was a really fun short story that is the second book of the Progeny series (though they can completely be read as stand-alone editions). I enjoyed the first one but this one kept me interested the entire way. I suppose I really like books that are about space or take place in outer space so that helps.I thought the brief character build up was great and the s [...]

    7. This very short story that has potential. Earth was decimated centuries ago and the human population relocated many light years away, planning sometime in the future to return. That future is now, and after designing a means to traverse the distance quickly, they send out a reconnaissance team that are surprised by what they discover.A bit too short and technical for my liking but the story concept is very interesting and has potential. It felt like the introduction to a much longer story rather [...]

    8. This story started off somewhat slowly with history and science talk. I don't think I would have minded so much if I had been pulled into the story first, but because I wasn't, I had a pretty difficult time staying focused listening in the beginning. It seemed like I had just started really listening when the story ended, quite abruptly as the first real action in the story starts to take place. At that point, I got online and tried to figure out if this story was meant to be listened to in seri [...]

    9. Humans Can LearnWhat a powerful 24 minute view into a story that links in with Progeny. I cannot wait to read the completed series.It is wonderful to see that humans can learn from their mistakes, I hope this continues as the story progresses but figure there will be some strive, otherwise the story will be downright boring.Narrator Christopher M. Allport again knocks the narration out of the park.This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unb [...]

    10. I got a copy of this gem from Author for a honest review.It was amazing as long as it lasted. Leaves you on a cliffhanger, or maybe a spinning totem where you need heavy imagination. A note to author, You just cant drag us into something this amazing and leave us hanging. A bit of lovecraftian horror minus the gritty detailed elder ones, in a Interstellar sci fi short with a Planetfall premise. Give it a go. I really hope, this gets developed into a full on novel.

    11. The writing was okay, but this wasn't even a short story, more like a quarter of a story. In the audiobook there was a crazy loud beep right before the ship's computer started speaking. The first time it happened I almost had a heart attack.

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