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The mission to New Ontario, is not going as planned. The first landing ends in disaster when the American astronaut, Scott Anderson, goes down alone and dissappears. Captain Sally Buds, Ian Merryfield, Vladamir Coronov must put aside their personal differences and attempt an umarmed rescue unsure of what awaits them below. On the surface, they find only the remnants of a civilization. Buildings are rotting and the remains of human-like bodies are scattered around what may once have been streets. But the rescue trail leads them to a Nazi-style concentration camp populated with crowds of human cattle living in squalor. The camp has no walls or barbed wire, but no one is trying to escape. In fact, the workers are smiling. There among them is Scott Anderson. To rescue him, they must face an unspeakably cruel regime with no concept of mercy. But this turns out to be only the beginning. The Masters have discovered vital information about Earth, its technology, and location. Will the same madness that consumed New Ontario ultimately engulf Earth? Sally and Ian must risk their lives to prevent it.

Customer Reviews

Put this up with Nathan Lowell, Sigler Excellent Story and podcast!!

I have been through all of what I would consider the classic Podcast i.e. Sigler, Hutchins, Morris etc. This is a wonderful outer space journey. Well crafted and pleasantly narrated. At times the narrator sounds like Nathan Lowel and if you enjoyed his Golden Age series, then you should love this book. Listen to it on a turnaround road trip from Long Beach to Sacramento and still didn't finish. It was the perfect audiobook for my road trip. Joseph has been added to my list of favorite podcaster/storyteller/authors. Much success and thanks for the story.

Narration is bad

The previous reviews all sounded so good that I thought I'd give "Homesick" a try. My problem, however, is with the narrator--he reads too quickly, and actually sounds bored! Too distracting for me....

I serve the masters

i serve the Masters. I have heard the story.i serve the Masters. Have you heard the story?? i serve the Masters better because i have heard the story. i serve the Masters.