A standalone adventure in the Archangel Project universe.
On an icy, barren world, a starship dreams of doom…
Throughout the galaxy, the reclusive alien race known as The One are incapacitated by terror.
On the planet Luddeccea, wolf-human hybrid Volka harbors a terrible secret…a secret that must explain her nightmares.
Trapped on a luxurious asteroid, pleasure ‘bot 6T9 struggles to find purpose—until he receives a message from an Unidentified Caller.
The worlds of The One, Volka, and 6T9 are about to collide. The galaxy will be shaken to its core.
The starship is waking.
I get it, Ms. Gockel. Thank-you for writing this. I hope it changes some attitudes.55
Very well written book that brings back a android and his adventure in misadventures. Enjoyed the reading55
I became a fan of C. Gockel during the first chapter of her “I Bring the Fire” series. In fact I enjoyed “ Wolves” so much it’s one of the few times I’ve read a complete series without reading something different in between books. Anyway I became one of her Arc readers, so received an advance copy in return for a honest review. I found the first book in the “Archangel Project” rather confusing and wasn’t sure I was going to like this series nearly as much as “I Bring the Fire” however during “Archangel Down” we’re introduced to maybe my favorite character in all Science Fiction, 6T9. The idea of a self aware pleasure ‘bot who finds himself celibate because of random circumstances, which are beyond his control, while battling to save Universe is outrageously fun. What adventures will C. Gockel think up for 6T9 next? I read “Starship Waking” in one sitting. Perhaps I should have spread it out so the wait for the next book wouldn’t seem as long.55