Europa

Europa by Nicholas Farady and Heidi Fuqua is 99 cents today in the Amazon Kindle Store, and you can pick up your copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/yZ7pGx into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Science Fiction

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

By the year 2123 climate change has decimated the Earth’s most precious resource, her oceans. Worldwide droughts have created massive deserts where lush countryside once existed. The seas have turned toxic and the polar caps have disappeared. With its habitat quickly shrinking, humanity needs a silver bullet. Ten teams have been dispatched to Jupiter’s sixth moon, Europa, and are tasked with retrieving a micro-organism known as Archaelleonous from the frozen moon’s sub-ice liquid ocean. This precious resource is believed to be the key to restoring life to the Earth’s oceans and resetting the climate.

Told from the perspective of each crew member, this is the story of the last days of Galileo Team 10. Six and a half years into a mission besieged with tragedy, complications and conflict, the diverse crew battles inner demons, mysterious afflictions, and each other in the quest for success. Millions of lives hang in the balance as the seven crew members risk everything in the harshest climate humans have ever ventured, on EUROPA.

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