BOOK 2 OF TITANITE

Unnatural Selection: A Technological Thriller

An intense thrill-ride in the tradition of Alien, with heart-stopping moments of sheer terror, Unnatural Selection is a twisted tale of life and death in the cold vacuum of outer space.

When Paul Freeman’s ex-girlfriend sends him an SOS from her bio-mechanical research station off Saturn, he doesn’t hesitate to answer the call. After all, things ended amicably between the two of them, and Lena is working with a group of their mutual friends. Once he boards the station—which is called Gratitude—Paul learns that Lena’s team has discovered intelligent life in the solar system. This new-to-humans life form is completely contained, and it doesn’t appear to be hostile.

Yet.

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Rose Grayson opened her arms for a hug without asking, flinging them around Alice’s neck. Rose was always one to over- exaggerate her movements. Alice had often thought of her as a bit of a show-pony. That said, it was strange to see her again. The two of them had been positively inseparable before the issue with Mark. Alice pulled her mind away from him. That was not the way to repair what was already a tenuous reunion.
“Alice, we simply must catch up before I go. Care to pop over to the snacks? I’m a bit peckish, and I can smell the cake from here,” Rose finished, bouncing on the arches of her feet and rocking slightly.
"Yeah, that sounds lovely,” Alice began. “Let me get Eleanor and James set up with their room, and then we can dip in before I completely lose consciousness.”

“Eleanor?” Rose paused. “James?”  

“My niece and nephew,” Alice clarified. “You don’t remember them? I know they were just little when you last saw them. They have grown so m--”
“Why would you bring them here, Alice?” Rose screamed out hoarsely. Alice was taken aback. She had not expected to see Rose in the first place, but this was entirely staggering. Eleanor and James looked back at Rose, who had made them feel like unwanted toys.

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