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Wondering about the Atlas series. Having just read Atlas 1, I’m going to read the rest. Fun book! What is the chronology for reading? I get that Atlas 2 and 3 follow 1, but what about Caterpillar Without a Callsign and Just Another Day? Please KEEP ‘EM COMING!
Chronologically, Caterpillar Without a Callsign and Just Another Day come before ATLAS 1.
Isaac Hooke recently posted…A Cold Day In Mosul – Official Launch
Hi i have just read Clandestine
Hi Isaac, just finished A Cold Day in Mosul. I loved it. Lots of action and realistically set in a modern day hotspot. Looking forward to more. Thanks.
Flagship – Good book I enjoyed reading except that the plan to set Tau Ceti’s sun into a supernova was flawed. Such an action would have ended life on earth as a supernova within 50 light years would expose the earth to dangerous radiation. I saw that as a huge plot hole in the book. Tau Ceti, if memory serves me correctly is only 11 ly from earth so in just over 11 years there would have been a lethal dose of radiation at the earth stripping away the ozone layer and creating all sorts of issues.
Hello Mike! I actually envisioned it as another Tau Ceti, not the Tau Ceti that’s 11 ly from Earth. I figured that there are so many stars in the galaxy, we’d eventually have to start reusing names, just like how there are multiple cities with the same names throughout the world.
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Hi Issac. Just finished reading the Atmas series 1-3 on a six week trip to Australia. Was pleasantly surprised when the end of book 3 mentioned you are from Edmonton as I am from Calgary. Nice to read when I’m 12000 miles from home! Books were awesome. Keep them coming!
I just finished the 3 ethan galaal books and enjoyed them all I hope the more or on the way
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