Yet another superb publication from Cinebook, who are fast taking the graphic novel to new heights. I've only had a chance to read the first in this spellbinding series by writer Richard Marazano and artist Jean-Michel Ponzio so far, but already I'm hooked. Cinebook always tag their products for reading-age suitability but please don't let the 12+ designation put you off. This is science fiction at it's very best. A mature, intelligent thought-provoking storyline whose heroine, astronaut Helen Freeman, a single mother, must balance the emotional traumas of separation from her highly dependant young daughter; with her unavoidable destiny at the forefront of mankind's journey into space. As if the storyline wasn't fascinating enough, the artwork, in keeping with most Cinebook publications, is simply stunning. As always, you get plenty of real quality for your money too with a heavyweight, durable cover, large format pages and all action (not a single advert) throughout. From what I've seen so far this promises to be a compelling series, well worth the attention of even the most discerning sci-fi enthusiast.