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Summary

The third installment in the Zero G series by Dan Wells. 

Zero, Nyx, and the other Pathfinder colonists have adjusted to life on Kaguya. But Earth has built much faster starships-the Dreamcatcher arrives 10 years early, and the Stargazer arrives so early it actually got there before the Pathfinder did! Now the Stargazer is a lost shipwreck, and the race is on to find it, and who should show up looking for it but Nyx's dangerous family: Big Mama, Jim, and Kratt. Nyx and Zero will face kidnappers, pirates, shipwrecks, warlords, dragons, and maybe a new ally or two on their way to save the day once again.

Full cast of narrators includes Jonathan Davis, Houston Mahoney, Kathryn Grody, and Mark Sanderlin.

©2020 Dan Wells (P)2021 Audible Originals, LLC.

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Best story series ever

Honestly a great storyline for a long amzing audible story. it has adventure,
Comedy, science and friendship, if you don’t know this is the third of 3 books the first one is called zero G the second one is called dragon planet

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Excellent, enjoy by son and dad!

Just as good as the previous two prequels. Zero-G and Dragon Planet were also excellent!

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great book

loved it greeat story exlent reed highle renamed it ! ! ! ! :)

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um it's me again

I'm the guy who like zero and nix soz if I was too enthusiastic ;)😁😁😁

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Brilliant! Just brilliant!

This was so good. I could not stop listening. I loved the twist of the star gazer arriving 50 years early

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Great book to listen to in bed

Verry good story you should listen to the other two book before tho. The sound cast was great

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this book was a great end to the series! ❤

I loved this book as much as I did the other ones!
once again, much action, and as intriguing as ever. You'll be hooked by the first few chapters, and you won't be able to stop listening! Quite mysterious, and at some points, tense.

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  • 30-04-21

As good as the others. Except the word "crap".

My kids love all the Zero books.
From a parent's perspective, I wish the author wouldn't use the expletive 'crap' so frequently (it's dotted throughout all three audiobooks) because it's a swear word for most people, and certainly not a word that you'd ever want a child to be using.

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Great that there was a third book... More please

My 7.... Actually now 8 year old absolutely loved these books... The characters are amazing and we both love Zero and nix so much....even big mama now.
The narration is absolutely awesome. We have listened to all the books several times and they are still just as exciting each time. Please please do more books.

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  • 21-02-21

Enjoyable sci fi adventure

Good story line with a redemptive flair. Our past doesn’t have to define our future. Enjoyable characters. Geared more towards teens and younger audiences but I liked it as an adult.

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  • 23-02-21

A fun and engaging story.

I want more from this word. I was sad to have the story end. It was a fun little adventure on another planet.

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  • 25-02-21

Amazing and Entertaining series hope it continues

This is a great third book in this entertaining trilogy. Once I realized the first book was more geared towards younger audiences I was going to turn it off. But it quickly grabbed my attention and this third book is the same. In such a short time the world building is great and there are enough surprises that I am always left wanting more. The soundtrack is too notch as well.

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  • 21-02-21

Aaaaaahhh!!! I! NEED! MORE!

Im 14, not easy to please with a story, but THIS IS SO FREAKING GOOD(the music is good, the narator is expressive but not anoying, and you can listen at any time).

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  • 01-03-21

Good But Elementary

This was a very fast read, which also led it to suffer from a lack of story and character development. I enjoyed what I heard, but it’s just written for a younger audience. I also wish the readers would have varied the voices of the characters a bit more.
This was good for a simple book, but it was just a little too simple for me.

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  • 23-02-21

Family fun

I was delighted by this story and the full cast production w music! Once I got into it, I restarted it for my son & we enjoyed it together.

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  • 20-02-21

Highly Recommend!

This is an absolutely excellent book. Compelling characters explore a truly unique alien world to with awesomely bizarre flora and fauna, pirates, shipwreck and best of all, dragons! I highly recommend!

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  • 02-03-21

Highly Recommended!

This series has been an absolute joy to listen to. The beautiful diegesis and lovable characters are expertly crafted.

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  • Gary N. Bowman
  • 03-09-21

What an absolutely delightful trilogy by Dan Wells!

The Zero G Chronicles by Dan Wells (Zero G, Dragon Planet, and Srargazer) may be characterized as a Young Adult (YA) series but as a 71-yeqr-old retired chemist, I was infatuated with the story, the vocal performances, and the unique explanations of the story-forwarders (Zero’s parents and the chief scientist from the Stargazer) to answer questions by the young 12-year-old Zero and 13-year-old Nyx.

The story line of colony ships from Earth venturing out on a 105-year journey to a new compatible Earth-like planet and the story forwarders laying out explanations of the totally non-Earth-type atmosphere, flora and fauna that the youngsters would encounter was very well told.

The ore-teen/teenager angst and desire to be listened to and be taken seriously in an adult world was written quite convincingly!

At the end of Stargazer, I was reluctant to bid the story goodbye.

I can only hope Dan Wells will continue the series within this new and unique universe!

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  • 02-03-21

love it

it very good. exciting and clear too. and kept you on edge of your seat

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