Their old worldâs in chaos. Their new worldâs in danger. And they don't trust each other.
Opis is now home to a reluctant band of evacuees in mankindâs most distant and secret outpost, Nomad Base. Thereâs no going back to an Earth brought to its knees by bioterrorism. But Nomad's colonists are torn. Do they offer their old world a lifeline by sharing a groundbreaking alien drive technology, creating an exodus that'll overwhelm them, or keep Earthâs problems at armâs length from their chance to start over?.
While they face the prospect of an alien attack, someoneâs stirred up a stew of new complications and re-ignited old grudges by making contact with Earth. Whatâs the biggest threat to their survival now, an alien navy or their own feuds?
Whatever happens, they canât give up on Nomad. Here they stand, or die.
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