The Rings of Saturn - fifty thousand miles across . . . a chaotic environment of grinding rock, ice and dust, riddled with radiation and electrical charges. It is a terrifying challenge to cross this dangerous environment in a spacesuit. Until Rael died on her first expedition to the Rings, it was a challenge Sharon wanted to overcome more than anything. Now it is an object of grief that thrusts her into the direct conflict between her emotions and philosophy, between fear of loss and love of life. Her drive to heal focuses her on questions of death, friendship, recovery, hope, success and what it means to freely take on the risk of living. Now, five friends unite in the adventure of their lives, played out across the most majestic features of the planets. Written in a direct and cinematic present-tense style, Ringclimber is as much about its characters and their growth as it is about its incredible settings. It offers a truly Romantic view of a future we could all want to live in.
- Publication Date
- Apr 29, 2015
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Mark Cashman