The Triton Disaster

The Triton Disaster

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Nick Abrahams still holds the official world record for the number of space launches, but he’s bored stiff with his job hosting space tours. Only when his wife leaves him, however, does he try to change his life.

He accepts a tempting offer from a Russian billionaire. In exchange for making a simple repair on Neptune’s moon Triton, he will return to Earth a multi-millionaire, enabling him to achieve his ‘impossible dream’ of buying his own California vineyard.

The fact that Nick must travel alone during the four-year roundtrip doesn’t bother him at all, as he doesn’t particularly like people anyway. Once en route he learns his new boss left out some critical details in his job description—details that could cost him his life, and humankind its existence...

Hard Science Fiction.

Title:The Triton Disaster
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    The Triton Disaster Reviews

  • Melanie Schneider

    Abgebrochen (wer hätte was anderes nach meinen Updates erwartet?).Da war so viel falsch. Ich habe meine Gedanken mal aufgeschrieben, möchte sie aber nicht ungefiltert hochladen.Insgesamt würde ich ...

  • Dieter Buehler

    Uh. Musste ich nach wenigen Kapitel abbrechen. Plot nicht nachvollziehbar für mich....

  • Thilo Mischke

    It’s trash, a lot of hard science words doesn’t make a book hard science. It’s interesting like filling a bathtub with water. ...

  • Gary

    What a thoughtful, insightful, brilliant and exciting work of near-future fiction! I love the sort of scifi that takes place in a future we can still imagine. Characters with a great role to play and ...

  • reherrma

    Dieser Roman ist wieder angesiedelt in Brandon Q. Morris Future History, zu der die meisten seiner Romane wie die "Eismond"-Romane und die "Proxima-Trilogie" zugerechnet werden können. In diesem Roma...

  • David Green

    Fast read, very interesting. Lots of science... though a couple of things weren't realistic - even in sci-fi. (eg. size of the robot, the power of the AI entities, length of small battery charge, and ...

  • Jim

    I found this story of the trip to one of Neptune's moons to be a fun ride and imaginative. Now I will say that I am an lover of the solar system and Neptune's environment has always intrigued me. If y...

  • Debeauquenne Gregory

    Extremely disappointing The premise of the book is ludicrous: send a burn out cosmonaut on a years mission with any training, without him nothing anything of his mission at destination or about the sh...

  • jboyg

    Holy Moon Beams, AI.s To the Fore!I like Mr. Morris and his high flying imagination. In this continuation of the Ice Moons saga we once again find traces of alien intelligence out in the big black, in...

  • Jay Sampson

    More, more, MOREMr. Morris, MORE!I'm fascinated by your stories and have read them all. All I ask is more please. Every story seems to end abruptly. Not because of its content,but because of its lengt...