Icarus Dawns

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Pub Date 10 Oct 2023 | Archive Date 31 May 2024

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Description

In 525 AE (After Earth), humanity lives on a lifeless planet due to a disaster that destroyed their home world.

A team of scientists return to Earth to bring back forgotten cultures, extinct species, and technologies that could help humans terraform their new planet. In the time capsule of humanity's past, Elizabeth Lawrence leads a team of engineers to revive lost technologies and record ancient data.

Deep under the icy planes of the American Midwest, Elizabeth finds a lead to the answers they seek. In the macabre details of humanity's darkest hour, she finds questions of trust, stories of heroism, and long-dormant feelings of agony.


In 525 AE (After Earth), humanity lives on a lifeless planet due to a disaster that destroyed their home world.

A team of scientists return to Earth to bring back forgotten cultures, extinct species...


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This was a interesting concept for a story, I enjoyed the idea of what happens after humanity leaves Earth. The idea was a scary concept and amazing how well everything worked with the how I pictured this concept. The characters were everything that I wanted and glad they were so well written. Erik James Troy writes a great story and I enjoyed getting to read this.

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Wonderful book, amazing from the first page on. Could not put this book down wanting to know what happens next.

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