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Title : New Earth: Challenger
Writers : Diane Carey
Year : 2000
Rating : 4.0000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : The Acting Captain Rating : 4
Review : It is a very interesting ending to the New Earth series. The whole idea of the Kauld harpoons actually disabling the Pelilu is a little bit farfetched. It FINALLY explains how all the olivium got there in the first place, and did it with only a small amount of technibabble. I like how the colonists built the Challenger, showing how building a starship really does work. Overall, a good read if you don't mind your head hurting a little bit.
Reviewer : Ktasay Rating : 4
Review : Characterizations were well done, and although the concept of building a ship out of scrap left over from tens of non-compatible ships is a bit far-fetched, by the end I was believing it. Would have been nice if they could have found the 'missing ship' from book 2, but otherwise a decent ending to the series.
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