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Passengers: Revelations (Peter Salisbury's Passengers Series Book 3)

Passengers: Revelations (Peter Salisbury's Passengers Series Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Peter Salisbury
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In this third book, characters from the first two Passengers novels are brought together for further adventures. Each book can be read in sequence or as a stand alone story.

With the news media in a frenzy imagining man-eating aliens, Ben and Lori need all the help they can get. Meanwhile, doing penance for their previous misdeeds, Symch and Goster have a shock in store for their jailers.

Spider technology is licensed for industrial use but at a price, and old foes reappear to do no-one any good but themselves.

Raife and Nancy find their semi-tropical city to be more of a handful than they anticipated with dangers of its own, and their science teams struggle to make progress with the crashed ship left behind by the long-vanished Zetans.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2752 KB
  • Print Length: 352 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007Q2IR1E
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #80,056 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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From his early teens Peter Salisbury seized on anything science fiction: novels, comics and short stories. He then started on the classics and has been fascinated by tinkering around with words ever since.

Peter obtained a Chemistry degree at London University in the 1970s but he focused on Communication Skills, General Science, and IT during his teaching career. In the 1990s, Peter wrote non-fiction professionally, abstracting from patents of chemical inventions for a London science publisher. He has a Full Amateur Radio Licence.

Peter Salisbury's first novel was published in 2009. More than a dozen books later, he still has many more stories to tell and he hopes you enjoy reading them as much as he enjoys writing them. If you would like to receive advance notice of a new book by Peter Salisbury, please email (omitting the spaces)
peter . salisbury @ rocketmail . com

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5.0 out of 5 stars Another great book in the passenger series 24 April 2012
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Peter Salisbury delivers books that once started you do not want to put them down and Passengers: Revelations is no exception.This book continues the complex and addictive passenger story, equally as good if not better than the proceeding books.

I for one cant wait to get my hands (if you can still use that phrase with electronic books)on the next one in the series.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brining it all together. 11 Dec 2013
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If you have read the previous two books then you know the style. Some good SF ideas mixed with mild peril.
Sometimes the mildness means a missed opportunity to add spice but that is Peter Salisbury's want.
This book brings together the previous two volumes very well indeed, expanding some of the peripheral characters.
A solid and pleasurable piece of work.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very readable 23 July 2013
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If you like this kind of Science Fiction (which I do), then it is very readable. This book (No 3 in the series) brings together stories in books 1 and 2. Very compelling, though Peter Salisbury has a tendency to slightly "pad out" the 3rd quarter of the book.
Looking forward to reading book 4 in the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Third great book in the Passenger series 12 May 2012
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This was not so much of a stand alone book as the first two in the series but much more of a sequel. This continued on more from the first book with only a few references to the Zeta Nine explorers from the second book. However I did enjoy the book and feel there is room for continuing Nancy and Raife's adventures and also that of Symche. If you want a good old fashioned sci if read then you will not go wrong with reading the Passenger books. I like Peter Salisbury's writing and intend to read more of his books.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A little disappointing 9 May 2012
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The first two books of the Passenger series can be read as stand-alone novels. This story relies upon the first two for scene setting.
I think the plot-line required further development before fingers were put to keyboard.
We occasionally had interludes on Zeta-9 but then nothing much happened there and I thought they were largely irrelevant to the main plot which was mainly about the resurgence of the bad guys. That story line took a long time to develop and I began to skip pages in the end.
After the first two stories that introduced the interesting idea of interstellar travel by beaming your psyche into a new body and the exploration of some of the consequences of that, this book really didn't introduce anything new. I believe a good editor would have condensed this down into about half its size whereupon it would be the opening part of the follow-on story.
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