Orion Connection (The Legends Trilogy, #1)

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Orion Connection (The Legends Trilogy, #1)

Orion Connection The Legends Trilogy ORION CONNECTION is the first installment in the Legends Trilogy Inspired by the Face on Mars and the unexplainable technological marvels that predate the rise of Egypt by thousands of years S DeGior

  • Title: Orion Connection (The Legends Trilogy, #1)
  • Author: S. DeGiorgio
  • ISBN: 9781494389383
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • ORION CONNECTION is the first installment in the Legends Trilogy Inspired by the Face on Mars and the unexplainable technological marvels that predate the rise of Egypt by thousands of years, S DeGiorgio offers an eerily plausible connection between Mars and the rise of modern civilization This novel is rocket fuel for people seeking answers to the question, Are we alonORION CONNECTION is the first installment in the Legends Trilogy Inspired by the Face on Mars and the unexplainable technological marvels that predate the rise of Egypt by thousands of years, S DeGiorgio offers an eerily plausible connection between Mars and the rise of modern civilization This novel is rocket fuel for people seeking answers to the question, Are we alone It s 2050, Earth s resources are nearly gone, and armies guard what precious little remains As mankind prepares to set foot on Mars, leaders of an ancient society are forced out of the shadows to protect secrets they ve guarded for millennia Orion s crew gets caught in the middle, and on the eve of Earth s first manned mission to Mars, unknown adversaries murder four of their own As the reserve team is pressed into service, fears grow that co conspirators may be on board No one s ever gone farther than the moon Rumor and espionage threaten to tear the crew apart at a time when America can t afford to fail, and they only have each other, elite training, and raw instincts to rely on Not everyone believes they will make it home Some even consider them expendable acceptable losses to advance the cause Control of Mars mineral rights will reestablish America s position as the leader of the free world Standing down is not an option but we re not the only country in the race for the red planet This story kept me spellbound and on the edge of my seat I have been reading non stop all day and just couldn t put it down Now I have to wait for the next book, which I hope is out soon If you re looking for great action, science fiction, mystery and a fantastic cast of characters, this is the book you need to read RW

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    One thought on “Orion Connection (The Legends Trilogy, #1)

    1. Mike Billington on said:

      "Orion Connection" is a great science fiction novel; one that harkens back to the late 40s and early 50s when Asimov, Clarke, Anderson, and their ilk were writing classic stories with big themes featuring iron-jawed heroes, alien princesses, and villains worthy of the name.The husband-and-wife team who wrote this book may not have gotten the science absolutely right - I'm not a rocket scientist so I don't know if they did or did not - but as both an author and a reader I can say that they were a [...]

    2. Deborah Bowman on said:

      Two Worlds, the Past and the Future, Collide in Outer SpaceThe year is roughly 2040. The earth is dying from the lack of enough natural resources to sustain the overly populated planet. NASA is looking for Mars to be the saviour colony. The Chinese are hot on the heels of the launch of the U.S. spaceship Orion, wanting to claim Mars for themselves. Killing vital personnel and attempting to assassinate other crucial Orion crewmembers is how the Chinese plan to get their spacecraft to Mars first. [...]

    3. Shannon Haddock on said:

      This was an okay book. It wasn’t great; it wasn’t bad; it was just okay.The characters weren’t always consistently portrayed, but for the most part were pretty likeable, though it did take a while for them to feel like real people. The dialogue and narrative were both a little dry, but not nearly as bad as some science fiction.The worldbuilding was mostly excellent -- I loved the smart glass -- but with a few bits of tech that felt insufficiently advanced compared to everything else.The gr [...]

    4. Brett Lawrence on said:

      Orion Connection is a very good read that this reader found hard to put down, even long after I should have turned out the light. One hallmark of a good book is if it makes the reader think about it some time after a reading session. OC certainly delivered on that.I found the characters to be believable, personable, and well thought out and portrayed. The plot is nice and tight with conflict, intrigue, thrills, and excitement around every corner. Since I am a space exploration and astronomy frea [...]

    5. Mark Bodenstein on said:

      I enjoyed The Orion Connection. It kept my interest throughout, the plot was compelling, the characters fairly well developed, the science and technology interesting, believable and well described.That said, I thought there was room for improvement. In the best writing the writing itself is invisible and we get absorbed in the story and the characters. Too often with The Orion Connection I became aware I was being told a story. And a few times there were events and actions that I found jarring, [...]

    6. Robert Roush on said:

      This is the best written indie work I've read to this point. The author(s)' mastery of the craft allows the storyline to shine through. The characters are believable and the reader doesn't just read, but feels what they are going through. The story, though relatively familiar--given several similar Sci-Fi plots--is engaging and makes the read go quickly.

    7. Alex on said:

      It dribbled along and took quite a while to get to the action. I found it quite elementary and struggled to keep reading.

    8. William Proctor on said:

      Excellent readthe book moved at a good pace and the character building was good. if they hadn't killed off one person I would give it a 5

    9. Tim Goyette on said:

      This book was a cross between Star Trek and Stargate It was hard to follow at times and I lost interest at different points. Overall it wasn't bad and it had a decent ending,

    10. Marie Bungard on said:

      Good Science Fiction. I was part of the story from the first paragraph and am ready to read the rest of the series.

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