Battle Station (Star Force, Book 5) by B. V. Larson
By B. V. Larson
In conflict STATION Kyle Riggs faces new demanding situations, new alien fleets and learns the secrets and techniques in the back of the conflict he has been struggling with for years. within the 5th e-book of the famous person strength sequence, the Eden approach is in humanity's seize, yet can they preserve it? famous person strength is susceptible after a protracted warfare, and lots of yearn to head domestic. figuring out the machines will go back with a brand new armada finally, Riggs seeks a extra everlasting resolution. alongside the best way, worlds are gained and misplaced, hundreds of thousands perish, and nice truths are printed. conflict STATION is an army technology fiction novel through bestselling writer B. V. Larson. (To locate the 1st ebook within the sequence, look for SWARM, by way of B. V. Larson)
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The planet was ideal, the fourth solid-surface planet out from the primary, the last one before the two gas giants. An atmosphere with a pressure of 47 millibars, primarily carbon dioxide laced with argon and traces of water vapor and oxygen. An average surface temperature of 210 Kelvin… The Rover jolted to a stop at the bottom of the creekbed. I turned around, startled. Either the Rover had made better time than I thought or I had been too absorbed in gaping at the landscape. Once more my headset crackled.
I remember thinking he was more than just pretty, he was beautiful. But I didn’t like him and I knew he didn’t like me. For just a moment the pale eyes flared with feeling and he silently mouthed a few words. " I didn’t know whether it was a hope or a threat or a statement of fact—my mind was too fogged to make much sense of it or even to feel much reaction. What worried me was not so much that I might die but that I might die not knowing who the other crew members were. Or who I was. Then the control room and those in it faded away.
I slipped the cloth up and around my waist and knotted it, realizing a moment later that whatever else I had forgotten, I hadn’t forgotten how to do that. Pipit took off her cling-tites and slipped them beneath her waistcloth. Then she switched off the shadow screen over the hatchway. " I looked at the brilliantly lit corridor just beyond and watched the crewmen jostling each other as they floated down it, eventually to be lost in the distance. I wanted to see the ship very badly. We drifted through the hatch into the passageway outside, lined with color-coded piping that served as directions to the various living and working quarters.