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on 9 May 2012
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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on 12 May 2012
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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on 11 December 2013
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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on 23 July 2013
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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on 24 April 2012
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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on 5 August 2014
Fantastic read, smooth story, very persuasive world and big focus on people in the story rather then huge spaceships and unbelievable Science. I read previous parts and I'm going to reading following ones too
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