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Salvation comes at a price. In the far future, humanity settles the stars, bioengineering its descendants to survive in a harsh universe. This is the sixth book in the science fiction series, The Backworlds. A space opera adventure. The Backworlds hang by a Quantum string, a thread about to snap. Annihilation is coming if Craze can’t stop it. More
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M. Pax is author of the sci-fi series, The Backworlds, and the new adult science fiction fantasy The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear. A Browncoat and SG fan, she’s also slightly obsessed with Jane Austen. In the summers she docents as a star guide at Pine Mountain Observatory where the other astronomers now believe she has the most extensive collection of moon photos in existence. No fear, there will be more next summer. She lives in stunning Central Oregon with the Husband Unit and two lovely, spoiled cats.

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Reviews of Precipice by M. Pax

Enoch Balthasar reviewed on April 15, 2017

The saga continues with Craze and friends getting more crap thrown at them by the Galaxy. The Quassers are making moves into The Edge and even making the Foreworlds feel the pinch. In the face of this massive threat, new friends must be found. This is an edgy volume that delves into the psychoses of the different residents of the galaxy a bit more as they adapt to the new situation. Some rise to the occasion really well and others find new aspects to themselves. Add to that, a great deal more of the history arch that makes up the world that we have come to know and love is revealed. Awesome!! Can't wait to get into the next one!
(reviewed 48 days after purchase)
Darlene Sassone reviewed on May 9, 2015

This series just keeps getting better and better. I waited what seem like a long time for Precipice to come out and it did not disappoint. The characters became more well rounded and more in depth. And even though the Backworlders are considered human, I think this book delved into humanity with more emotion. And, what friends will sacrifice for each other. I must admit I shed a tear or two. This sci-fi series is one of the best I've read and I hope it continues for awhile.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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