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The Galahad Archives

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The Galahad Archives

The Galahad Archives

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by Dom Testa - Fiction, Science Fiction

When the tail of the comet Bhaktul flicks through the Earth's atmosphere, deadly particles are left in its wake. Suddenly, mankind is confronted with a virus that devastates the adult population. Only those under the age of eighteen seem to be immune. A renowned scientist proposes a bold plan: to create a ship that will carry a crew of 251 teenagers to a home in a distant solar system. Two years later, the Galahad and its crew --- none over the age of sixteen --- is launched. InTHE COMET’S CURSE,the Galahad's fledgling crew discovers they didn't set out from Earth alone. In THE WEB OF TITANthe crew discovers a mysterious metal pod in space. As they prepare to bring it on board they're hit by an unknown disease that is beyond their medical experience and spreading fast. Sixteen-year-old commander Triana Martell and her council must find a way to overcome all obstacles. For if their mission fails, it will mean the end of the human race.

by Dom Testa - Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 13+

THE GALAHAD ARCHIVES BOOK TWO: Into Deep Space is the second of three thrilling two-book omnibus editions in the Galahad Archives series for young adults by Dom Testa. The edition includes the novels THE CASSINI CODE and THE DARK ZONE. In THE CASSINI CODE, Galahad is preparing to enter a deadly minefield of asteroids when several crew members rise up against 16-year-old commander Triana Martell. Led by the charismatic Merit Simms, the mutinous faction lobbies to abandon the mission and return to Earth. In THE DARK ZONE, a swarm of unknown organisms affix themselves to the hull of Galahad. Now it’s up to Triana and her Council to uncover the intentions of their unexpected passengers. Can Triana and the crew of Galahad overcome these new obstacles and stay on course for the salvation of the human race?

by Dom Testa - Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult 12+, Youth Fiction

When the tail of the comet Bhaktul flicks through the Earth's atmosphere, deadly particles are left in its wake. Suddenly, mankind is confronted with a virus that devastates the adult population. Only those under the age of eighteen seem to be immune. A renowned scientist proposes a bold plan: to create a ship that will carry a crew of 251 teenagers to a home in a distant solar system. Two years later, the Galahad and its crew --- none over the age of sixteen --- is launched.