Unlimited [Memoir Book] ó Outpassage - by Janet E. Morris Chris Morris ✓

By Janet E. Morris Chris Morris | Comments: ( 515 ) | Date: ( Aug 19, 2019 )

WAR AND MYSTERY BEYOND THE STARS Sgt Det Cox has just spent three years under psych observation on Earth now that he s out system, he isn t about to tell anyone he s seeing aliens again Paige Barnett has lost everything, even her name, because she knows too much about the rebellion spreading through the Earth Space mining colonies Together Cox and Barnett stumble upoWAR AND MYSTERY BEYOND THE STARS Sgt Det Cox has just spent three years under psych observation on Earth now that he s out system, he isn t about to tell anyone he s seeing aliens again Paige Barnett has lost everything, even her name, because she knows too much about the rebellion spreading through the Earth Space mining colonies Together Cox and Barnett stumble upon the mystery at the revolution s heart and learn why the rebels are willing to die for it Is their discovery humanity s worst threat or greatest gift The authorities are willing to destroy whole planets to keep the revolution s secret from reaching Earth What s to stop them from destroying two people The Morrises blend of fast paced narrative and meticulous research into near space technology makes a novel you can t put down C.J Cherryh Action sequences that would make any writer proud OUTPASSAGE is a wonderful book David Drake OUTPASSAGE might just be the perfect science fiction novel Jack Williamso Janet Morris is a bestselling novelist who is also well known as the creator of the Sacred Band of Stepsons series and member of the canonical THIEVES WORLD writing team Her Sacred Band of Stepsons books include her BEYOND TRILOGY BEYOND SANCTUARY, BEYOND THE VEIL, BEYOND WIZARDWALL , TEMPUS, and, with Chris Morris, THE SACRED BAND, THE FISH THE FIGHTERS AND THE SONG GIRL, CITY AT THE EDGE OF TIME, TEMPUS UNBOUND, and STORM SEED.


  • Title: Outpassage
  • Author: Janet E. Morris Chris Morris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Janet E. Morris Chris Morris

Janet Ellen Morris born May 25, 1946 is a United States author She began writing in 1976 and has since published than 20 novels, many co authored with David Drake or her husband Chris Morris She has contributed short fiction to the shared universe fantasy series Thieves World, and edited the Bangsian fantasy series Heroes in Hell Most of her work has been in the fantasy and science fiction genres, although she has also written several works of non fiction.Morris was elected to the New York Academy of Sciences in 1980.In 1995, Morris and her husband and frequent co writer Christopher Morris founded M2 Tech Since that time, their writing output has decreased in proportion to the success of the company, which works with U.S federal and military agencies on non lethal weapon systems and software.



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  • J.P. Wilder

    I am no science fiction aficionado. But, I have read my share of it, books that are akin to the genre I love, dark and heroic fantasy, in everything but setting—books of heroic deeds and daring-do. I am here to say that Outpassage is a book of wondrous endeavors, of a desperate struggle against physical danger, the impersonal machinations of corporations and the black hopelessness in one’s own heart.Outpassage puts a face on corporate indifference (in the form of IST corporation) and calls h [...]


  • Dellani Oakes

    Dennis (Det) Cox is a soldier. He believes in his own abilities. To say that he believes in truth, justice and the American way might be pushing it a little. But he's a man of honor and fights with all he has to protect his own.Paige Barnett is a corporate of the highest order. Her boss, Raymond Godfrey (God), is the head of IST, the most powerful corporation on Earth & beyond. Paige knows how to play the system, but finds herself in hot water when she raises too many questions about inciden [...]


  • Joe Bonadonna

    You only die once.That is not only the theme of this excellent science fiction novel — it is also at the very heart of the novel’s story premise. This is exactly the type of science fiction story I grew up reading in the pages of Amazing Stories and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. Outpassage is action-packed, character-driven, and thought-provoking. The science is grounded in reality, but isn’t integral to the plot, and the tech never gets in the way of story and character: th [...]


  • Dellani Oakes

    Dennis (Det) Cox is a soldier. He believes in his own abilities. To say that he believes in truth, justice and the American way might be pushing it a little. But he's a man of honor and fights with all he has to protect his own.Paige Barnett is a corporate of the highest order. Her boss, Raymond Godfrey (God), is the head of IST, the most powerful corporation on Earth & beyond. Paige knows how to play the system, but finds herself in hot water when she raises too many questions about inciden [...]


  • Uvi Poznansky

    Never before did I pay as much attention to the subtle connections between mythology and science fiction—but reading Outpassage has brought the contrasts and similarities between them into full focus. Describing an ancient world, and a future universe, both require a leap of imagination, which the author, Janet Morris, executes with such exquisite flair. In in both cases, she presents characters that embody metaphysical ideas, and fleshes them out in a way that shows their personality on one h [...]


  • Ralph L Jr.

    'Outpassage' is a Sci-Fi novel set some five or six generations from today, when the United States (And presumably other nations) have taken to the stars to mine ores and look for new worlds to colonize. The story centers around Sargent Dennis "Det" Cox and a mysterious event that happened to him on his last deploy to a world only known as X31A . A world Where Dennis saw something that rattled him badly. Now after being shanghaied along with a beautiful executive for the mysterious and seemingly [...]


  • Lilian Roberts

    Wonderful SCI-FI “Outpassage” Is a wonderful Sci-Fi book that will keep you intrigued from the first page to the last. The book is very well written and the author weaves a very clever plot with extremely likable characters and a fascinating imaginary world. The author provides great details that pull the reader right into the pages and keeps them glued to the story until the end.Very exciting read that I would recommend to every person that would love to spend time with a good book and to t [...]


  • Cas Peace

    How many of us, I wonder, haven’t at some point pondered what it would be like to live forever? Who of us would turn down a second chance at life, having died? Who wouldn’t like to be free of the fear of death?Well, Det Cox, for one. Pragmatic, practical; a soldier through and through; Det likes solid, dependable things. He likes things he can shoot, orders he can follow, briefings he can understand. What he doesn’t like are visions of aliens where there should be none, and vast, powerful [...]


  • Sarah Hulcy

    Great Sci-Fi tale! Real characters you can relate to, like, hate, feel sorry for. If you know any army Rangers, you will recognize "Det" Cox. He doesn't think much of bureaucrats or, come to think of it, most officers with little experience. He commands a group of Rangers on loan from the government to the largest inter-spacial mining entity on earth naturally based in the US. They are being sent to an unnamed planet still in the process of being terraformed, but already being mined for rare min [...]


  • Annastew1144hotmail.com

    Someone make this into a film please! I love SF which is based in the near future because it always feels as though it is in the realms of possibility. Outpassage has this feel and the style of writing makes it a very easy book to read The characters are very memorable and the plot really got me thinking. I am hoping the next book will not be too long away.


  • Diane

    Hands down, 5 stars for Outpassage. I loved the complexity of the plot and the underlying cult theme. It also got me thinking about technology and longevity in the future and what people might be willing to do to achieve it. I enjoy science fiction novels that require thought and Outpassage ticked all the boxes for me.


  • Deborah McClatchey

    “Outpassage” is an adventurous science fiction. I loved it. I have read many of Janet Morris' books and once again, came away astounded. I highly recommend this well-written and gripping tale. You don't want to miss this one.


  • Janet E.

    I wrote this with Chris Morris in the late 1980s. It's one of our favorites, with an experimental telegraphic style. Now this is the new edition, updated and sensitively revised. We plan at least one more book with these characters.


  • Howard

    19


  • Xunaira J.

    An interesting science fiction novel with captivating characters. It was worth reading.


  • Diana Febry

    A well-edited & produced book I'd highly recommend to fans of the Sci-Fi genre. I read a broad selection of genres but very little Sci-Fi. Because of my lack of knowledge of the genre I know lots went straight over my head but I think fans of the genre will rate this book at the full 5.On the surface a "traditional" almost old fashioned Sci-Fi. Rangers are sent to quell the rebellions amongst the work force on the planets Earth has colonised. The central Ranger Cox is a "good old boy" traine [...]


  • Sahara Foley

    What an awesome sci-fi story. Loved it.


  • Jennifer Loiske

    Science Fiction in its best! Dark and hooking!


  • Brett

    Science Fiction


  • C.P. Mandara

    Loved this - Sci Fi eat your heart out action. :)


  • Anthony Hulse

    Wonderful read!


  • Roger

    VERY GOOD story & writing


  • Jana Petken

    Wonderful imagination and superbly written.


  • Hunter Jones

    Review coming soon.


  • Joseph Loehr

    From the Depths of Space . . .What will happen to life on Earth if Death can be cheated? How will that alter the Balances of Power around the globe? What about the lives of those caught in the middle, those who make the first discovery of the 'miracle?'


  • Daniel

    This book started out quite strong: the Morrises developed a neat plot with good prose. The setting felt real, and the two main characters were interesting. Then everything slowed up and the story got bogged down by a lot of inner narrative that did not amount to much of interest. I felt myself pulling away from the book and skimming passages to move things along. Now that I've turned the last page, I'm left with the sense that there was really only enough story here for a novella or a really ti [...]


  • Kate

    I really wanted to love this, and in the first couple of chapters, I did. The two main characters are great, with real flaws, but the plot gets very weird about half way through. The plot weirdness means that there's zero tension for the second half of the book.


  • William O'Brien

    Outpassage by Janet Morris and Chris MorrisA spectacular experience of journeying though layers of highly engaging characters and storylines.Lovers of sci-fi and fantasy will flock to this fantastic tale in droves.Adventure, danger and struggling make Outpassage a super read - 5*****


  • Nuranar

    I guess I just didn't get this one! I'm very much in the minority, however, so I'm sure it's purely a matter of taste.


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