"...it is a popcorn book. Just like many action movies. Fun to read or fun to watch. ...it is a fun book. No heavy lifting. I hope Jackson keeps it going but just don't milk it like Turtledove. And buy the short stories. Nice spin off material. One of the better self published series I've read." - OJ
"When we think of space and discovery together we are often drawn to thinking of new found technologies and wonders. What if the term applied to our being discovered instead?"
Discovery introduces a few new characters, while at the same time bidding farewell to others. Fate and fortune twist and weave its way as the crew experience events beyond their wildest dreams. The adventure that began in ‘First Contact’ continues as each person’s fate is revealed.
The Gamin have left Earth, and in doing so have raised many questions. Clearly we are not alone in the universe, nor is it peaceful as their damaged ships revealed. The discovery of a massive construction dock in the Australian Outback surprises all.
The near complete spaceship is a baffling mystery to many, a technological marvel to others. A consortium of countries pool their resources as they do what they can to finish the spacecraft.
"It suddenly dawns on Cindy that Lisa is scared her husband won't be coming back. With an inward groan she realizes that this could very well be a suicide mission."