The Cord
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Between Earth and outer space lies the Cord…

In the distant future lies Station, an orbiting space station tethered by a cord to Earth, allowing people to use the space elevator to travel into low-orbit without rockets, allowing for unprecedented space exploration and tourism.

Envisioned as a secure and enjoyable place to work and visit, the cord is a valuable resource—one that people are willing to fight for to gain control.

Travel along with a robot repairman who uncovers a disturbing conspiracy, a teenaged girl who is caught up in a revolution, and a tour guide in space trying to reestablish a lost connection with his brother on Earth.

Beginning at the end and ending at the beginning, this unfolding story told over future locales and times reveals the enigma of the cord and the secrets between the fragile ties connecting lovers, friends, and the generations who traverse the cord.
The Cord by Jim O'Loughlin
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Jim O'Loughlin
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ISBN Numbers:
Hardcover:  978-1-64397-295-4
Softcover:   978-1-64397-296-1
Ebook:         978-1-64397-297-8 
LCCN: 2021944536

Page Count: 242 (HC) 276 (SC)
Release Date: 5/10/2022
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Category
Science Fiction
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“Oh my goodness. This book was incredible and grabbed me in from the very first page.
—Kyra, Goodreads Reviewer
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“very interesting and very much about the politics of today but in a more dire future…
—Regina, Goodreads Reviewer
“intelligent, with plenty of interesting ideas and concepts…
—Mia, Netgalley Reviewer
“I found this book riveting. I was completely sucked into the life on the Station and the island it came from.
—LibraryThing Early Reviewers
“this hopeful novel shows the capacity of human beings to overcome natural and manmade disasters to try to establish a utopian paradise. A fine effort by O’Loughlin.
—Booklist