Circular Horizon: The McNair Short Story Series #1

  • Title: Circular Horizon: The McNair Short Story Series #1
  • Author: Bokerah Brumley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Circular Horizon The McNair Short Story Series Mae McNair is an astronaut on her last mission before she retires With her son Michael in the co pilot s seat and a blossoming pen pal friendship with her co worker Abel Mae has much to be thankfu
    Mae McNair is an astronaut on her last mission before she retires With her son, Michael, in the co pilot s seat and a blossoming pen pal friendship with her co worker, Abel, Mae has much to be thankful for But when a control panel malfunctions, Mae is locked out of Solace Station as it orbits high above the Red Planet With God guiding their hands, Michael and Abel musMae McNair is an astronaut on her last mission before she retires With her son, Michael, in the co pilot s seat and a blossoming pen pal friendship with her co worker, Abel, Mae has much to be thankful for But when a control panel malfunctions, Mae is locked out of Solace Station as it orbits high above the Red Planet With God guiding their hands, Michael and Abel must work together to save Mae before the vacuum of space becomes her final resting place.

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    1. A quick and satisfying read while the science fiction aspects are handled well and seem believable, I'd say this is more a character piece than a traditional scifi. Though the author sneaked in reference to The Martian which made me chuckle and was also dang nervy, so kudos it felt less like that and more similar to the real life survival stories I used to read in Reader's Digest, a quick piece that introduced characters, gets them in a lot of trouble, and then watch them rely on their faith [...]

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    2. An enjoyable readThe story is constructed well and has great flow with characters that are fully fledged and believable. The science portrayed is well thought out and, as far as hardware is concerned, very good.Issues abound however. Instantaneous communication, tracks in the Martian soil from previous rover excursions? These small yet probative problems detract from what might have been a very good Sci-fi story.I did find that the religious tone, although of itself was not a problem, resulted i [...]

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