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  • Bee gives Ty a tubeworm tutorial and sees something even stranger on the seafloor. Back on Earth, Flight Director Gordon Chiu feels the pressure. [Contains sensitive content]
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What listeners say about EPISODE 3: Peer Review

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Fantastic!

So far the story is interesting and believable.
The actors are amazing. They really make the main two characters of this story come alive. I'm looking forward to the rest of the story.

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Really great story, superb performance

I loved the concept and the radio-program style story telling. It was a compelling story, no annoying tropes or frustrating cliches. Just pure humanity fighting to keep hope and trust alive. The cast was perfect. I’d love to have more of these bite sized, big impact stories told episodically!

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Gorgeous!

This is great. Good story, good voices, even a Southern accent. Can’t wait for more!

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I love this so much

What could be a more terrifying and exhilarating opportunity than this? I am hooked. Completely hooked.

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Juvenile and fun

If you expect a rational story, move past this series.
By ep 3 we have been told that the space program allows for a long term mission with just two people and one of them goes to explore in an untested bit of tech.
Even with the "money issue" they bring up as a reason, there is that voice in my head that refuses to see this as more than a story for kids.
The performance and the sound is amazing. Just a shame the talent was wasted on this story.
push the timeline a few more decades and have a Base orbiting Jupiter or something...

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This is my first and last Audible original

This is the most aggravating thing I’ve ever heard. Who the hell would think that an audience would identify with a mouthy reluctant astronaut that acts like a teenager. I thought Mark Watney from The Martian needed a punch in the face, but the characters from this thing are making me stop after 30 mins. Do not listen. At all. Unless you like listening to idiots try to act crap dialogue from a Terri me writer.

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Waiting for something to happen.

One of the things is really hard to get past is how nice a picks the least qualified human being on the planet for the mission. She have the temperament that's more for fitting of junior high school. Playing practical jokes and goofing off in the middle of a dangerous mission. Really NASA you pick someone to go deep sea diving on another planet or gets panic attacks from deep sea diving! And her partners this charactature country boy with this annoying folksy drawl.

The author is very concerned you know they did their homework about the chemistry and biology but 3 chapters in absolutely nothing of interest has happened.

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it pretty much dragged on and on. Boring as heck. I couldn't get through it.

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So far.. so GOOD

Pardon the pun (so far..cause they're on Saturn and I'm only on episode 3, so good..because it's so good). Only at episode 3 but I'm loving this so far. Audio entertainment at it's finest.
No TV for me until this audio binge session is done.

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questions compound

again, stellar acting from the cast; poor has a problem during a dive, but ty talks her through it - but were left with a troubling question - and I can't wait for more!