Threshold series by Janet E. Morris, Chris Morris

Threshold series by Janet E. Morris, Chris Morris (#1-#3)
Requirements: Epub reader, 1.0 MB
Overview: Janet Ellen Morris (born May 25, 1946) is a United States author. She began writing in 1976 and has since published more 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.
Genre: Fiction » Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror


1. Threshold
Threshold is a space habitat between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter with a population of a quarter million. Run by a latter-day United Nations, one of its duties is to keep humans off of Earth, now a preserve.
Thousands of Muslim pilgrims from other systems are not pleased at being kept from Mecca. Their leader’s daughter decides to experience Threshold’s decadent (to her) society with the heir to a powerful exploration corporation, who is also smuggling illegal life forms into the habitat, thus threatening the stability of a conference on the rights of nonhuman races and ALIs–Artificial Living Individuals which the Muslims treat as they do their women: like property.
Captain Joseph South, on a test flight through interstellar spongespace, is translated 500 years into our future to arrive at Threshold just as all this is occurring. He has strange memories of a fly-by of system X-3, which match up with visions from an artifact brought to Threshold by a prospector.

2. Trust Territory
This second novel of the Threshold trilogy has broken new ground–a military science fiction thriller on the high-tech cutting edge. Trust Territory returns to the grand hotel in space, where an alien force proposes an alliance to the humans.

3. The Stalk
In the grand conclusion to the high-tech Threshold trilogy, test pilot Joe South returns from a prolonged visit with The Unity–a wiser, older coalition of lifeforms. But the “benevolent” aliens have a perplexing request that will pit human political factions against each other.

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