• Medusa's Gauntlet

  • New Eden, Book 3
  • By: Kishore Tipirneni
  • Narrated by: Lee Goettl
  • Length: 12 hrs and 24 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The final Eden. Medusa’s Gauntlet is the much-anticipated conclusion to the New Eden series. The adventures of physicist Dr. Joshua Andrews, reporter Rachael Miller, information theorist Vinod Bhakti, and their alien friend Seth continue in a mind-boggling space odyssey that traverses the solar system. The fate of life in the cosmos is at stake as the group embarks on a mission on a biological spaceship to confront Medusa at Planet Nine.

©2022 Kishore Tipirneni (P)2022 Kishore Tipirneni

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The science geek in me loved it! I look forward to more by this author.

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solid conclusion to story arc

this book was short but satisfying end to the story. I am very glad there wasn't a Hollywood style ending.

my only comment is to the narrator.
"anthropic principle" is what you meant to say
"anthropomorphic principle" is what you said and is not a thing.

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