Black Hole Sun by David Macinnis Gill

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Mars stinks.
IThe air reeks of burning fuel; the rivers and lakes seethe with sulfur. In the shadows, evil men plot terror and beasts hunt the innocent. Out on the barren crags of the terraformed planet, there is nowhere to hide. No one to heed a call for help.
No one, except Durango.

About David Macinnis Gill

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David Macinnis Gill is the author of Soul Enchilada, Black Hole Sun and Invisible Sun. He is a past president of ALAN and an associate professor at UNC Wilmington, specializing in young adult literature. You can visit him online at
Published August 24, 2010 by Greenwillow Books. 368 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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1st, 2010 Page count: 352pp ...

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The characters feel a little like the crew of Firefly, if said crew were all teenage mercenaries forced to grow up far too quickly and were planet-bound on the Mars from Total Recall.This is YA science fiction at its best—clear, accessible, complex, delicately handled, and with a realistic dark h...

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His team consist of Vienne, his attractive second in command, two other Regulators who may be more trouble than their knowledge is worth, and two more surprise guests who end up making the journey with the four Regulators.

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Plus, Durango's AI implant – her name's Mimi, by the way – will tend to spout lines of Robert Burns, or Shelley or Wordsworth, at odd intervals.

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