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What would you do if the world was going to end in ten years? For Jennifer Epstein, a by-the-books senior researcher at SETI, there is only one answer: prevent the apocalypse from happening. Pluto, Neptune, and Uranus were destroyed by an alien threat. The deck was stacked against humanity before the cards came out of the box.
But Jennifer isn’t alone. She has Samantha Monroe, her excitable but brilliant colleague. From South Africa, CEO Muzikayise Khulu of Khulu Global supplies his vast resources to the ultimate race for survival. The three find themselves in an unlikely alliance while political brinkmanship, doomsday cults, and untested technologies form ever-growing obstacles.
Will humanity unite to face the greatest challenge of their time, or will it destroy itself before the alien ship arrives?
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"Williams's debut novel is hard SF at its best."
—Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of “Quantum Night”
"Eternal Shadow reads like a Michael Crichton sci-fi thriller..."
—San Francisco Book Review (4.5/5 stars)
"Fans of the hard science fiction of Andy Weir (The Martian) and Isaac Asimov—of epic tales and strong female lead characters—will have their eyes glued to the pages of Eternal Shadow."
—IndieReader (4.9/5 stars)
"When apocalyptic disaster looms, humanity turns to science and technology in this well-crafted tale."
"Eternal Shadow is a tense science fiction story that paints a thoughtful, intelligent portrait of humanity's first contact with extraterrestrial life."
—Foreward Reviews (4/5 stars)
"Overall, Williams' Eternal Shadow is a pleasing debut, well-paced and crafted."
—Manhattan Book Review (4/5 stars)
"This book will enthuse and entertain lovers of science fiction, but also offers plenty of romance, thrills, mystery, and literary fiction elements..."
—The Book Review Directory (5/5 stars)