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Do you dream of Terra-Two? / Temi Oh.

Oh, Temi, (author.).


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C.H. Booth Library - Newtown YA FIC OH (Text to phone) 34014147239967 Young Adult New Available -
New Milford Public Library On Order (Text to phone) acq1010093 Acquisitions Received -
Oxford Public Library YAH FIC OH (Text to phone) 33530147489402 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Silas Bronson Library - Waterbury YA FIC OH, T (Text to phone) 34005127230067 Young Adult Fiction Available -

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When an Earth-like planet is discovered, a team of six teens, along with three veteran astronauts, embark on a twenty-year trip to set up a planet for human colonization--but find that space is more deadly than they ever could have imagined.
Subject: Teenagers > Fiction.
Interplanetary voyages > Fiction.
Genre: Science fiction.

Syndetic Solutions - BookList Review for ISBN Number 1534437401
Do You Dream of Terra-Two?
Do You Dream of Terra-Two?
by Oh, Temi
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Do You Dream of Terra-Two?


From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.

A century ago, an astronomer theorized that the universe contained a second Earth, Terra-Two. Once the existence of another habitable planet was confirmed by NASA, nations scrambled to send exploratory missions. The UK Space Agency's mission consists of six teenagers, selected from hundreds of applicants, and four adults, veterans of late-twentieth-century missions to the moon and Mars. They have a decades-long journey before them, and despite the careful planning and testing surrounding their selection, things go wrong. The mission itself is ultimately a framework for a story about how a group of people under pressure copes with isolation and responsibility for one another's safety and the consequences of agreeing to a journey well beyond anything humans have experienced before. The mission is complicated by the very real dangers of space travel. A relatively small cast of characters allows for some satisfying exploration of the ways people might cope with exactly what being on an interstellar journey means for their relationships and whether or not they are ready for the consequences.--Regina Schroeder Copyright 2019 Booklist

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