Review of The Fall of Terradox

April 23, 2019 Reviews 0 ★★★½

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Review of The Fall of TerradoxThe Fall of Terradox by Craig A. Falconer
Series: Terradox #2
Published by Audible Studios on 1-30-2018
Length: 9:52
Genres: Science Fiction
Pages: 470
Format: Audiobook
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There's a reason she swore she'd never go back

Four years after Ivy 'Holly' Wood's dramatic escape from Terradox, the once-hostile romosphere's new hotel and leisure development is thriving.

But while adventurous guests from all corners of Earth marvel at the awesome wonders of the Terradox Resort's artificial environment, a deadly threat looms large.

When it becomes clear that an unimaginable risk offers the only hope of preventing an unimaginable disaster, responsibility for the safety of the many innocent civilians stranded on Terradox once again falls on Holly's shoulders.

A familiar crew joins Holly in her task, dismissed by others as a suicide mission, but the alarming view from their Karrier's window might soon make them regret doing so.

Compared to this, surviving the untamed Terradox wilderness was a walk in the park...

This book very much continues in the same vein as the original book. It is action-based with some well-developed, but static characters who have to save Terradox from destruction. It really is similar to the first book in every way. There is a bit too-much profanity for me, and the story would not have suffered without it. Ultimately I enjoyed the plot and the listen.

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