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Russian billionaire Nikolai Shostakovitch makes an offer to the former crew of the spaceship ILSE. He will finance a return voyage to the icy moon Enceladus. The offer is too good to refuse - the expedition would give them the unique opportunity to recover the body of their doctor, Dimitri Marchenko.

Everyone on board knows that their benefactor acts out of purely personal motivations... but the true interests of the tycoon and the dangers that he conjures up are beyond anyone's imagination.

Return to Enceladus is the fourth book in the bestselling Ice Moon series that started with The Enceladus Mission.

©2018 Brandon Q. Morris (P)2019 Brandon Q. Morris

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Enjoyable series. Well read.

I enjoyed the series of books very much. I will look out for more bbod by this author.

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The End was awkward

As if the author had no Time to finish the Story properly and took story shortcuts where He could.

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  • 06-06-22

The Enceladus Mission series

This review addresses the entire series of The Enceladus Mission, which consists of four full-length novels: The Enceladus Mission, The Titan Probe, The Io Encounter, and Return to Enceladus. Read in sequence as most characters traverse all four books, as does the story.

Plot. A group of astronauts from several countries responds to a probe signal coming from the moon of a distant planet indicating potential life. Through the four novels, space travel is defined in painfully intricate detail. The entire series consists of a series of mundane problems, occasionally life-threatening, that arise with regularity - one after another. Expected relationships between characters develop, including a pregnancy. Shipboard AI's misbehave, save the day, stuff goes wrong, stuff gets fixed, etc.

Liked. The Enceladus Mission series is pure SciFi. The "what-if" possibilities are there, which in my opinion, makes the best SciFi. No drooling zombies, aliens with clicking knees, jump scares. No sex, no gratuitous profanity. Coincidently? Breakthrough Enceladus is a proposed privately funded astrobiology mission to look for macrobiotic life in the volcanic eruptions of water emanating from the moon - true - Google it.

Not so hot. Wording isn't particularly smooth - no contractions; more effort should have been applied to story rather than space technology, which can be boring to some readers. The ending left much unanswered.

Written by Brandon Q. Morris, narrated by Doug Tisdale Jr., each book in the area of eight hours of listening, all books released 2019.

Recommended to the nerds among us; lots of techy stuff to pick apart.

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  • 27-04-22

Excellent conclusion but still want more.

Lots of twists and turns. Love the character developments. Heroes that you want to keep learning about. Can’t wait to read the next book. Thank you.

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  • Willy
  • 17-02-20

not as good as first two books in the series

No more scifi in the book, just human fighting amount them self, not my cup of tea.
no need read this one and the third book, first two will be good.
maybe author should just end the series,