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Title:
Salvation (MP3)
Series:
The Salvation Sequence #1
Written by:
Peter F. Hamilton 
Read by:
John Lee 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
19 hours 5 minutes 
MP3 size:
787 MB 
Published:
December 28 2018 
Available Date:
December 28 2018 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529005714 
Genres:
Fiction; Futuristic Adventure; Science Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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Book One in the Salvation Sequence, a dazzling space opera trilogy from master of the genre, Peter F. Hamilton.

Know your enemy – or be defeated. AD 2204 An alien shipwreck is discovered on a planet at the very limits of human expansion – so Security Director Feriton Kayne selects a team to investigate. The ship's sinister cargo not only raises bewildering questions, but could also foreshadow humanity's extinction. It will be up to the team to bring back answers, and the consequences of this voyage will change everything. Back on Earth, we can now make deserts bloom and extend lifespans indefinitely, so humanity seems invulnerable. We therefore welcomed the Olyix to Earth when they contacted us. They needed fuel for their pilgrimage across the galaxy – and in exchange they helped us advance our technology. But were the Olyix a blessing or a curse? AD 50,000 Many lightyears from Earth, Dellian and his clan of genetically engineered soldiers are raised with one goal. They must confront and destroy their ancient adversary. The enemy caused mankind to flee across the galaxy and they hunt us still. If they aren't stopped, we will be wiped out – and we're running out of time.

'Hugely impressive. We’ve said it before but let’s say it again: nobody does BIG SF quite like Hamilton.'
SFX

'Hamilton handles massive ideas with enviable ease.'
The Guardian