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Terran Tomorrow

The Yesterday's Kin Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin
Length: 10 hrs and 58 mins
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Nancy Kress returns with Terran Tomorrow, the final book in the thrilling hard science-fiction trilogy based on the Nebula Award-winning novella Yesterday's Kin.

The diplomatic mission from Earth to World ended in disaster, as the Earth scientists discovered that the Worlders were not the scientifically advanced culture they believed. Though they brought a limited quantity of the vaccine against the deadly spore cloud, there was no way to make enough to vaccinate more than a few dozen. The Earth scientists, and surviving diplomats, fled back to Earth.

But once home, after the 28-year gap caused by the spaceship transit, they find an Earth changed almost beyond recognition. In the aftermath of the spore cloud plague, the human race has been reduced to only a few million isolated survivors. The knowledge brought back by Marianne Jenner and her staff may not be enough to turn the tide of ongoing biological warfare.

©2018 Nancy Kress (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Tom
  • 22-10-20

Interesting science

I enjoyed this entire trilogy. It was very well-designed with great detail into the science involved. characterization was good, action sequences were well written and well-designed. although this book is an excellent piece of work oh, it will not stand well by itself. I recommend listening to all three books of the trilogy in sequence.

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  • Luis Fortuna
  • 08-10-20

Unsatisfying ending

I felt like I had to finish the story and the ending was extremely unsatisfying. It felt rushed almost like an after thought even though it was eluded to for most of books 3. I still have sooooo many questions that were left on the air and if there are plans for more books then... idk don’t call it a trilogy. The performance was good and the story could’ve been amazing.

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  • James
  • 16-09-20

Horrible ending

Really, I'm just glad to be done with this trilogy. It promised a lot and delivered very little. This book is all about military this, military that. All that world building from the first book goes largely wasted in this story that's all about interpersonal and group conflict. Worst of all was the ending. I won't spoil it here, but trust me, it leaves none of the questions answered and insults the reader's intelligence.

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  • Bruce Bina
  • 27-05-20

wonderful continuation of the series.

Great progress in the series. looking forward to the next book. great story telling and talent.