The Relativity Bomb: Sic Transit Terra Book 3

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3.9
9 reviews
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260
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Earth’s ancient past is coming home to roost, and it’s making Barry Novak, the Chief of Operations of the Earth Intelligence Service, very nervous.

- First, a document written in an alien language surfaces at an archaeological site on Earth.

- Then, a Stragori defector approaches Novak, offering another old document in exchange for sanctuary. This one was stolen from the alien’s home world. Once decoded, the document’s contents are mind-blowing.

- Finally, an old enemy switches sides, bringing with him information that fills in the gaps and, if true, could rewrite the very definition of Humanity.

Earth isn’t yet ready to learn these truths. Making them public would cause worldwide xenophobia. So, Novak does the only thing he can think of. He sends them as far away as he can—to Daisy Hub.

In this eagerly awaited sequel to The Genius Asylum, long buried secrets arrive aboard the space station, carried by a mysterious one-eyed man who calls himself Max Karlov and claims to have been assigned there. But there are things happening on Daisy Hub that need to be kept “in the family”, and too many unanswered questions about this new crew member. Determined to unravel Karlov’s story, Townsend and his crew of maverick geniuses start digging for the truth. What they discover will shake them to their core.

3.9
9 reviews
Third-party review
This is basically two stories with only a slight connection between the two. This is set in a future world in which people are divided into two groups, a few who are allowed to go into space and the majority who aren't. I much preferred the second story.
Third-party review
Engaging, but I was lost at times as I didn't read the first two in the series.
Third-party review
Third book in the series. Plots, counter plots, sub plots- this is a book for those seeking some very twisted thinking. Arlene Marks has written a very engaging series but I must warn the reader, you ...

About the author

 Born and raised in Toronto, Arlene F. Marks began writing stories at the age of 6 and can't seem to stop.  Although she's been published in multiple genres, her first love has always been speculative fiction.  Her work has appeared in H.P. Lovecraft’s Magazine of Horror, Onder Magazine, and Daily Science Fiction.  Her science fantasy novel, The Accidental God, was nominated for the 2015 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. Arlene lives with her husband on Nottawasaga Bay but spends an inordinate amount of time in the Sic Transit Terra universe.

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