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Preview — Columbus by J. Columbus: Ashes Project Columbus 2 by J. Rainier Goodreads Author. In the wake of a terrifying awakening, the refugees of sleeper ship Raphael find themselves strewn across an island, far from their intended landing zone. The planet Demeter proves at once fascinating and deadly as Captain Kimura struggles to recover supplies scattered by the crash while reuniting the survivors—both military and civilian—in order to protect them from natur In the wake of a terrifying awakening, the refugees of sleeper ship Raphael find themselves strewn across an island, far from their intended landing zone.

The planet Demeter proves at once fascinating and deadly as Captain Kimura struggles to recover supplies scattered by the crash while reuniting the survivors—both military and civilian—in order to protect them from nature, and each other The revelation that Raphael has been destroyed leaves the crews of Michael and Gabriel at each others throats. In the face of a near war between the vessels, Lieutenant Owens desperately works to repair the rift between the commanders.

His success may hold the key to saving the mission. As he races to avert a meltdown, Darius comes to realize that the consequences of failure are too great to consider Cal McLaughlin awakens brittle, having been weakened by decades of nightmares. In spite of his hardships the young man is determined to try to make himself useful once more. His condition rouses distrust in many, and a fateful outburst at an inopportune moment leaves the entire outcome of the mission in jeopardy Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Project Columbus 2.


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    5. Scattered into small groups, with limited radio contact, many dead or injured when the pods crashed to the ground and the military command structure virtually non-existant, they face sickness, indigenous predators, supply shortages as well as strife w The second part of the series focusses largely on the survivors from the ship Raphael , first to arrive at the new planet and destroyed by a reactor breach on the final approach, who struggle to survive in their new and entirely unknown environment.

      Scattered into small groups, with limited radio contact, many dead or injured when the pods crashed to the ground and the military command structure virtually non-existant, they face sickness, indigenous predators, supply shortages as well as strife within their groups. Meanwhile, the two remaining sleeper ships approach the planet, knowing only that disaster befell Raphael shortly before the ship was able to land. Unable to make contact with anyone on the planet, the two crews assume the worst.

      With their respective commanding officers at each other's throats, things to do bode well for the future. I was glad to see Haruka get a lot of time on the page, as well as getting to see events on the ground through the perspectives of new POV characters. Lots of action, and we got answers to some questions left open at the end of the first book. With the survivors of the first ship beginning to settle down after facing their first trials on the planet, I assume the next part will spend a lot of time with the other two crews.

      I just hope we'll get some new POV characters there too, because I still find Calvin extremely annoying and always feel tempted to skip his parts, if it weren't for the possibility of missing important parts of the story when he's with other members of the crew rather than engaging in teenage drama. And there better be a good reason for this ridiculous pissing contest the two Colonels have going on, because Don't you have anything better to do? Like, say, acting in the best interests of those people you're supposed to be responsible for?

      Oh well. We'll see where that goes. Mar 11, Mathew Reuther rated it it was amazing. I just read Ashes straight through today is release day and was very happy with the book. This volume builds on Flight very nicely indeed, offering us a great look at the aftermath of the disaster which befell Raphael. Much of the book belongs to Captain Kimura and the other survivors, but we do see Cal and Darius again in parts.

      As far as Haruka is concerned, she and the rest of the crashed military and civilians face a heck of a rough time. As one might expect from how Flight ended the prob I just read Ashes straight through today is release day and was very happy with the book. As one might expect from how Flight ended the problem lies in how scattered and unprepared they are. Ashes focuses on the human cost of this situation. There's death, betrayal, action, suspense, and more awaiting readers in this volume.

      The ending is a bit more rounded-off in Ashes than it was in Flight. There's obviously a lot to wonder about, and a definite "what's going to happen in Demeter" question. I'd rather not wait another six months tugging on my hair.

      Five stars. Sci-fi adventure fans, get in on this one.

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      It looks like a great series not sure how many books. Aug 03, Jo-Anne Pfoh rated it it was amazing. I was worried that since this was book 2 in a series that I was not going to be able to follow the story, I could not have been more wrong. It is written so well it can be read as a stand alone or as part of the series. I am a huge science fiction fan and Columbus Ashes was just what the doctor ordered. We follow several groups of survivors military and civilian whom have crashed on a hostile Earth-like planet.

      Captain Haruka must gather as many supplies as possible and set out on a journey throu I was worried that since this was book 2 in a series that I was not going to be able to follow the story, I could not have been more wrong. Captain Haruka must gather as many supplies as possible and set out on a journey through unknown hostile territory to re-unite with other survivors.

      This book offers murder, mystery, suspense, action, betrayal and death with great character development. I cannot wait to see what happens in book 3. I am going to pick up book one just because I like the way the author writes and not to fill in story plot lines.

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      I highly recommend to any Sci-Fi fan although it is sure to please those who enjoy suspense murder and mystery. Infuriated, the Indians struck back, setting off a chaotic war. A loose alliance of four Taino groups faced off against the Spaniards and one Taino group that had thrown its lot in with the foreigners. The Taino, who had no metal, could not withstand assaults with steel weapons. But they made the fight costly for the Spaniards. In an early form of chemical warfare, the Indians threw gourds stuffed with ashes and ground hot peppers at their attackers, unleashing clouds of choking, blinding smoke.

      Protective bandannas over their faces, they charged through the tear gas, killing Spaniards. The Taino alliance could not eject the Spaniards from Hispaniola. But the Spaniards were waging war on the people who provided their food supply; total victory would be a total disaster.