Entropy, the novel
by Dana Hayward
Narrated by Archie
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Pub Date 01 Aug 2022 | Archive Date 03 Dec 2022
Widow's Watch Publishing, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Audiobooks
DESTINATION MARS! The Lunar Republic is on the run…
Life on Earth is dying from a mysterious cause, and President Kim bets her future on an obscure, young scientist whose theory can only be tested from outer space. The year is 2066, and the race is on against the Chinese to establish a viable lunar colony before the 100th anniversary of mankind’s first step on the Moon. Yet, the Moon is only the first step, the springboard for the permanent settlement of Mars.
Entropy is set in the near future where technology has evolved to an astounding degree. Human nature, however, has not; this futuristic novel reads like an expose on our own times.
Entropy is much more than a science fiction thriller; it is a running commentary on the times that we live. A dystopic, postapocalyptic, hard science depiction of epic space travel, colonization, and new beginnings for the human race: Entropy is a blockbuster, written by a new voice, waiting to be discovered.
A Note From the Publisher
PRAISE for ENTROPY
“a sense of intelligence shines through the characters, who are all stalwart, brave, and self-sufficient in a way that recalls the works of Robert A. Heinlein.”
“A fascinating story of human exploration, courage, technological advances and conflict set in the near future.”
“Should be made into a movie!”
“A 5-Star rollick along the narrow ledge of science and science fiction.”
—Professor Emeritus Arieh Ben-Naim, Author of ‘Entropy: The Greatest Blunder in the History of Science’
5-Stars: Reader’s Favorite
|DURATION||11 Hours, 59 Minutes, 30 Seconds|
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Average rating from 11 members
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