The Ark

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  • Paperback
  • 459 pages
  • The Ark
  • Ben Jeapes
  • English
  • 20 September 2017
  • 0439219175

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The Ark Michael Gil, Captain of the HMSS Ark Royal is part of the Earth delegation invited by alien race to develop their planet Passengers are an ill tempered prince and an inscrutable quadruped alien His First Officer is on the brink of mutiny, the ship s AI seems to have turned renegade, and the neighboring vessel harbors a genocidal maniac. New Read The Ark [ by ] Ben Jeapes [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Ark

  1. Caleb Klatt says:

    I felt that this book was a pretty easy read as far as science fiction goes it s pretty simple stuff I feel that yes it was a good book and owning a copy is even better but the way i see the book is that I have seen all of this sort of stuff before Though what I really like about it is the fact that the alien race is in about the same age as humans which really doesn t make it boring I really like how Jeapes starts the book with the alarm sounded when the cluster of M type asteroids was two I felt that this book was a pretty easy read as far as science fiction goes it s pretty simple stuff I feel that yes it was a good book and owning a copy is even better but the way i see the book is that I have seen all of this sor...

  2. An Odd1 says:

    One surprise piles atop another, so each feels smaller, loses significance Gil is hero, saves daythan once Manhattan 2149 The First Breed short four legged aliens who hang box translators from their necks are secretly nicknamed Rusties for their flaking red brown skin In 2148, they asked Earthlings to join them, spaceships of delegates, to settle a planet, free from the mistakes both have made ra...

  3. Edmond Barrett says:

    This is title which for me has some small personal history I saw it in paperback about ten years ago I read the first chapter or so and thought it was interesting Unfortunately since I was an impoverished student at the time, I didn t buy it Which since I didn t see it again I sort of regretted So when I came across it for the Kindle I had to buy it and finally see if ten years on it lived up to the memory The short answer is YES First off this is pretty hard science fiction There are no This is title which for me has some small personal history I saw it in paperback about ten years ago I read the first chapter or so and thought it was interesting Unfortunately since I was an impoverished student at the time, I didn t buy it Which since I didn t see it again I sort of regretted So when I came across it for the Kindle I had to buy it and finally see if ten years ...

  4. Neil says:

    OK, I ll own up and admit my rating is partly induced by a good helping of nostalgia this is the book that not only convinced me there wasto science fiction in general, and Space Opera in particular, than Star Trek Star Wars, but also that printed science fiction was out there In the same way that cannabis serves as a gateway drug, this was my Gateway Book to Space Opera in all its many and various forms.As for the book itself, what makes it interesting is that not only is a first contac OK, I ll own up and admit my rating is partly induced by a good helping of nostalgia this is the book that not only convinced me there wasto s...

  5. Darian Rebsomen says:

    For the longest time in High School, this book sat in the back of my English teachers classroom, on a bookcase filled with books she thought that might appeal to her students I do not think she had read all of them On one occasion I had glanced at it with a critical eye, and deemed it beneath my reading level I m glad for second glances, for if I hadn t, I d have missed out on a unique book not likely to be matched by many others.Jeapes ...

  6. Tessa says:

    Finally, finally, the one library in my library system to own this book delivered it Was it worth the wait I thought it was pretty good although the author had a tendency to come up with human equivalent...

  7. Nicholas Whyte says:

    return return Various factions of humans dealing with aliens All good fun, if the hero is a little too admirable to be true.