Ghost Beyond Earth by GM Hague

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It's the late 1990s and NASA has Space Station Freedom orbiting above the Earth.

One of the modules is the Cryogenic Module, where the bodies of wealthy and famous people lie deeply frozen, preserved until the medical science of the future can revive and heal them. The Cryogenics Module has been a successful, secret source of funding for NASA. In space and shadowed from the sun, the extremely cold temperatures make low Earth orbit the perfect place to keep corpses in hibernation. Now it's time to try and revive the first patient, a man possessed by an evil that doesn't expect to be awakened in the cold depths of space.

In the middle of outback Australia on an isolated cattle property, the ghost of a couple's dead child begins to appear in the house. Young Ellen was an angel when she was alive. As a spirit returning from the dead she is a terrifying demon with a dreadful connection to the horror in the sky two hundred miles above them.


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Published November 19, 2010 by Pan Books. 591 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Action & Adventure, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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