Wherever Seeds May Fall

Wherever Seeds May Fall

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Astronomers from around the world watch in awe as an extrasolar comet approaches Saturn, being drawn in by its immense gravity. When the comet grazes the planet rather than plunging beneath the clouds, speculation is rife. With the comet now on course to collide with Jupiter, even the most skeptical scientists can no longer deny what's happening—an alien spacecraft has entered the solar system and is using the gas giants to slow its approach to Earth.

Title:Wherever Seeds May Fall
Edition Language:English
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  • Kimmy C

    Another superb offering from Peter Cawdron in the First Contact series. In this, he takes an impending event for our solar system– is it an asteroid, is it a preliminary vessel, is it a crewed craft...

  • Michael Duff

    Peter Cawdron spends a lot of time thinking about aliens. My introduction to him was Anomaly, a worthy successor to Carl Sagan's Contact, a kind of 21st century version of that story about a high-leve...

  • Kristine

    True Love ... 💜Yes I dearly love Peter Cawdron. I have read several of his stories and they all make sense and they all seemed so plausible and so realistic and each and every one of them is so har...

  • Mal Warwick

    It seems unlikely to me that anyone, anywhere, has thought longer or harder about First Contact than Peter Cawdron. In his fifteenth novel on the theme, the gifted Australian science fiction author po...

  • Pierrette

    One of the best one I've read so farI was stunned by the insights in this book! Not only about the current number of people that believe in hoaxes but also the speed at which they spread. It also show...

  • Chris

    Excellent. Enjoyable from page 1. Great ending. Peter has outdone himself with another unique "first contact" novel. Takes place in the very near future. Very intriguing characters that interact on ma...

  • Brandy Stangland-burks

    Absolutely incredibleThis book had me hooked from the very start. I finished it in just 2 days even with a baby running around. Every time I thought I had it figured out I was thrown for a new loop. C...

  • CATHY CLANTON

    Another excellent sci-fi novel by Peter CrawdonPlausible and different Plot! The characters are well developed and likeable.Even Andy! I found myself at the edge of my seat at a certain point in this ...

  • Richard

    Wherever Seeds May Fall gets five stars and then some from me. It is, without a doubt, the best science fiction book I have read in a long time and, to be sure, I read a lot of them.First - this book ...

  • Michael J Weirich

    Truly excellent read!!This was a great read! I downloaded this on a whim from a "after-book" recommendation from another author. I'd never heard of Cawdron and, boom,just like that I'm hooked. Both on...