A thousand years ago the strange and mysterious Cataclysm raced through our area of space, devastating the Solar System and nearly extinguishing all life on Earth. In a desperate attempt to survive extinction, an enormous colony-spawning ship made of ice was sent to the stars, while the rest of humanity either dug deep below the surface of the Earth or died in the Cataclysm. Two hundred years after the disaster, humanity crawled out from underground and started rebuilding. A thousand years after the Cataclysm, a long-term expedition is launched to find the trail of the legendary Ice-ship and discover the fate of the human colonies it was tasked with founding. Ice-ship expert Dr. Tasaya Belocq and the rest of the crew of the Jumpship Emissary voyage to the stars to discover the many faces of humanity and the many faces of nature.Tasaya Belocq The Voyage of the Emissary 1000 A.C. Two days later, if the term adaysa made much sense here, I took ... but there was a certain hint of geometric order to the landscape in places, and to the patterns of foliage growth as well. ... but rather than pessimism it seemed to kindle an even stronger desire to solve the first of the many questions we had come ... We had scanned the site from different angles and latitudes so that Emissary could build us a three-dimensional model.
|Title||:||On Distant Worlds: The Prologues & Colibri|
|Publisher||:||Brian L. Gonzalez - 2013-11-03|