By James S. A. Corey
For generations, the sun process -- Mars, the Moon, the Asteroid Belt -- was once humanity's nice frontier. beforehand. The alien artifact operating via its software lower than the clouds of Venus has seemed in Uranus's orbit, the place it has equipped an incredible gate that ends up in a starless dark.
Jim Holden and the workforce of the Rocinante are a part of an unlimited flotilla of medical and armed forces ships going out to ascertain the artifact. yet behind the curtain, a fancy plot is unfolding, with the destruction of Holden at its middle. because the emissaries of the human race try and locate even if the gate is a chance or a probability, the best possibility is the only they introduced with them.
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After a while, there was a click, and a dialling tone. Jo stared at the handset for a while, her heart thumping. Then she pulled the telephone notepad, the stupid one bordered with kittens playing in roses that Cliff had bought her on their first wedding anniversary after he'd left her, and scribbled: Kilgai, Tanzania Two women. One shot? Alien, artificial voice. Not Dalek. UNIT connection? – 1. Contact UNIT 2. Get Matthew OUT OF THIS. 3. She hesitated. She remembered the Doctor's voice in her dream.
Pakip even made me use the old ivory scythes: they crushed where they cut, he said, and the grass grew back in a better way. But they were hard work! I would bale the grass at first light, roll it in the canvas, damp and cool to keep it fresh, and load it on the cart. Then Pakip would yoke himself to the cart and trot off to the market at Tafalis, his hooves clopping on the road, while I watched the farm, drove the insects and flying lizards from the grass, mended gates, planted where Pakip had ploughed the previous day.
They'd even discussed which books he was going to need to look at to establish where Tractite history had diverged from their own. She peered ahead to see if there was any kind of inner building where the books were housed. But all she could see were the plants, some growing in huge, brightly coloured china pots, others from long beds of black soil dotted with leafy clusters. There were even full-grown trees, reaching all the way to the dark, translucent dome above. Plume-leafed species, pastel-coloured and clearly alien, were mixed with the deep-green tropical succulents of Earth.
Abaddon's Gate (The Expanse, Book 3) by James S. A. Corey