The colony ship Intrepid is falling into a star. The ship’s AI has lost control of the engines and core systems. Battling a saboteur who strives to isolate him, his last act is to wake Colonel Tanis Richards from stasis. Tanis finds herself alone on a dying ship, unable to contact the AI. She must discover what has happened and save the Intrepid from burning up in the star’s angry red light. Even if she is successful, the journey to the colony world of New Eden is just beginning. With decades of travel ahead, she will have to find a path in the darkness.
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Put Path in the Darkness on your TBR list hereRATING: 3 stars
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This is hard-core science fiction. I'm not sure I was really ready for that after having just finished a fantasy book. This book was a level of science fiction that even as a scifi fan I wasn't quite prepared for. That being said, it was hard for me to get into having not read the first in the series.
I found the AI's were a nice way to introduce new "characters" without them having to take up physical space in the scenes. I'm not sure I liked the nano-bots, it was too easy to use them as a way to look forward during battle. I am still on the fence with the mink links between some of the characters.
If you like hard-core science fiction, this series is for you. If you like a little more fantasy mixed in, then you may not enjoy this book so much.