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Paradise-1

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9780356518220

Price: £9.99

ON SALE: 6th April 2023

Genre: Fiction & Related Items

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ENDLESS DARK.
ENDLESS TERROR.

Paradise-1. Earth’s first deep space colony. For thousands of colonists, it was an opportunity for a new life.

Until it went dark. No communication has been received from the colony for months.

It falls to Firewatch Agent Alexandra Petrova and the crew of the Artemis to investigate.

What they find is more horrifying than they could have imagined.

Paradise-1 begins a terrifying new trilogy of survival and exploration in deep space, from Clarke Award-nominated author David Wellington.

‘A captivating, eerie story with such engaging characters you won’t want to say goodbye at the end’ S. A. Barnes, author of Dead Silence

Wellington skillfully combines hard sci-fi worldbuilding with tense mystery . . . Readers will be on the edges of their seats’ Publishers Weekly (starred review)

‘Intensely creepy worldbuilding’ Library Journal

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A clever sci-fi horror novel that provides enough thrills and cool ideas to keep readers entertained until the end
Fantasy Book Critic
A captivating, eerie story with such engaging characters you won't want to say goodbye at the end. I don't remember the last time I loved a team this much!
S. A. Barnes
As Wellington expertly balances a steady stream of increasingly dire action sequences, intensely creepy worldbuilding, satisfying character development, and an original monster stalking the protagonists, readers will be invested in the plot while coming to truly care about the characters along the way
Library Journal
Wellington skillfully combines hard sci-fi worldbuilding with tense mystery for a superior space thriller that never flags . . . Wellington excels at vivid descriptions, which further enhance the clever plot. Readers will be on the edges of their seats
Publishers Weekly (starred review)