Amphitrite 2: The Black Planet

Amphitrite 2: The Black Planet

Despite all the dangers of the newly discovered Black Planet, two astronauts investigate the celestial body. They find clues to its legendary origin and incredible age, and soon realize that Amphitrite hides an even greater secret.

Meanwhile, the ancient newcomer approaches Earth in its unusual orbit. The black dust covering its surface grabs the attention of several competing companies because of its unique, profit-promising properties.

Thus begins a race to the planet, a celestial body which—as it turns out—humanity would have been better off letting pass by Earth untouched.

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Despite all the dangers of the newly discovered Black Planet, two astronauts investigate the celestial body. They find clues to its legendary origin and incredible age, and soon realize that Amphitrite hides an even greater secret.

Meanwhile, the ancient newcomer approaches Earth in its unusual orbit. The black dust covering its surface grabs the attention of several competing companies because of its unique, profit-promising properties.

Thus begins a race to the planet, a celestial body which—as it turns out—humanity would have been better off letting pass by Earth untouched.

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Series: Amphitrite, Book 2
Genre: Hard Science Fiction
ASIN: B08QG3BZFV
ISBN: 9798598040010
List Price: $ 14.99
eBook Price: $ 3.99
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another great read! As always, Brandon has done a beautiful job with these books. Finished Amphitrite 1 just before this came out. definitely recommend this and other books by Brandon to people who like space travel and a technically-centered storyline.
Mr. Morris, don’t ever leave me hanging like that again. Of course I’ll read anything you publish. I’m waiting to see what branch of physics this interloper from outside our system reveals, but the ending was so abrupt and a cliff hanger so high you could base jump from it. As always, your writing fascinates me with hard science, and yet you build characters so very real, which is unexpected from a physics nerd (I always picture Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory as a stereotypical physics doctorate) Only Stephen King does characters better – even though he still hasn’t figured out how to end a story with a few exceptions. I’ll preorder III, but you got some explaining to do.Write on dude!
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