Noumenon Infinity

{4.5/5} “Caznal hated the idea of hurting her girls, of upending their world — of shattering their convictions in a regimented, thoroughly planned life. She’d introduced an element of chaos, of change, that she never could have prepared them for. The entire convoy had been set up to fight furiously against uncertainty, yet, in reality, people were rarely given straight lines of progression from birth to death.”

Noumenon Infinity by Marina J. Lostetter, published in 2018

In the days of the 1st Noumenon convoy one convoy was different than all the others — instead of heading to deep space, it stayed close to Earth. Its mission was to research different methods for interstellar travel, and one of those experiments goes wrong.

Hundreds of years later the 2nd Noumenon convoy heads for LQ Pyx. They’re also investigating the maps they found on the Nest, which could lead them to an alien civilization. Some people think they should go where the maps point to, and others think they should head for their original destination.

This is the sequel to Noumenon.

It’s about dealing with mysterious events, structures, and aliens out in space. It’s about the tragedies and joys of exploration. It’s about evolution.

If you liked the 1st book, you’ll like this terrific follow up.

I’ve read 2 books by Lostetter. I just discovered that a 3rd Noumenon book is forthcoming — I will eagerly read it when it appears.

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