Although Alton Gansky has penned many suspense novels (such as FINDER’S FEE), in ZERO-G he hits his stride with his best page-turner story to date.
The story starts strong, placing the reader in the middle of a tragedy in the making. After surviving the terrifying debacle (which keeps readers glued), Commander Benjamin Tucker, or “Tuck” as he’s known, becomes haunted by memories of his space mission gone wrong. Plagued by nightmares and grounded by NASA, he’s separated from the thing he’s most passionate about. Tuck is angry with his superiors, and most importantly to Gansky’s story, Tuck is bitter about God.
What prompted the tragedy in space lays the groundwor