Which Art in Hope
by Francis Porretto
Publisher: Smashwords 2010
Number of pages: 419
A great sci-fi novel with a strong dose of science. When the Federation fled Earth they had only the slimmest chance of finding a habitable world. 544 years later they found one; they named it Hope. However, Hope isn't what it seemed.
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