The Web of Titan

The Web of Titan

Dom Testa / Jul 23, 2019

The Web of Titan When the tail of the comet Bhaktul flicks through the Earth s atmosphere deadly particles are left in its wake and mankind is confronted with a virus that devastates the adult population A renowned

  • Title: The Web of Titan
  • Author: Dom Testa
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  • Page: 195
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  • When the tail of the comet Bhaktul flicks through the Earth s atmosphere, deadly particles are left in its wake, and mankind is confronted with a virus that devastates the adult population A renowned scientist proposes a bold plan to build a ship that will carry a crew of 251 teenagers to a home in a distant solar system Two years later,Galahad and its crew is launched.When the tail of the comet Bhaktul flicks through the Earth s atmosphere, deadly particles are left in its wake, and mankind is confronted with a virus that devastates the adult population A renowned scientist proposes a bold plan to build a ship that will carry a crew of 251 teenagers to a home in a distant solar system Two years later,Galahad and its crew is launched If their mission fails, it will be the end of the human race After triumphing over a saboteur bent on destroying Galahad, Triana and her Council are eager to avoid any further complications But as Galahad swings around the ringed planet Saturn, they encounter a mysterious metal pod orbiting the moon of Titan The teens prepare to bring the pod and its contents aboard, only to be faced with a another crisis an illness that is beyond their medical experience Dozens of crew members fall into a comatose state, only to awaken with strangely glowing eyes To make matters worse, the systems of Galahad begin to fail With time running out, can Triana and her shipmates escape the Web of Titan

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        Dom Testa is an award winning author, speaker, and broadcaster For than twenty years he has captained the morning radio show on Denver s Mix100.His Galahad series of books for young adults and young at heart adults has an all new look Tor is reissuing the adventures in a three volume omnibus collection The first volume, Leaving Earth, is available now Look for Volumes 2 3 in June and November of 2016, respectively.Dom also writes for middle grade students, under the pen name Buster Blank.And if you re in the mood for some puzzling fun, check out all three of his Mindbender books They re perfect for family gatherings, road trips, or your own quiet time.Dom Testa continues to live in and love Colorado, where he leads an active outdoor lifestyle and is active in the community He has a grown son, and a Ficus tree that s been with him for than 24 years.


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    1. I see no reason why my first drunk book review shouldn’t be a young adult book about space. I love space stories…almost as much as I love Red Hook’s summer seasonal Wit ale. Their slogan for it is “Made with Ginger, but still digs Mary Ann.” LOL Sometimes I wonder who I’d be on Gilligan’s Island. Who am I kidding? I’d probably be Gilligan. That one guy on that show was kind of a babe. The Professor. Then again, I keep picturing him looking like Captain Kirk and look at that! I’ [...]


    2. While not quite as fast paced and interesting as the first book, I did enjoy this one and will definitely read the next one. I think part of the lack for me was the disconnection with Earth and the missing physical immediacy of the danger. Otherwise, the adventure was fairly solid and the science fiction aspect fascinating.I loved the fact that the author obviously researched enough to make things believable, but didn't bog down the story with detailed descriptions that didn't fit in with the re [...]


    3. Originally Reviewed on The Book Smugglers: thebooksmugglers/2012/03/bReview Note: This review is for both THE COMET'S CURSE and THE WEB OF TITAN (spoiler-free).In the not-too-distant future, a rogue comet is spotted by a group of amateur stargazers, one that would pass and just miss the Earth’s orbit by a few hundred thousand kilometers. The world watched in marvel as the tail of comet Bhaktul lit up the sky as it burned through the Earth’s atmosphere, causing a global light show of unparall [...]



    4. The Web of Titian is the second book in the Galahad series. It continues with the story in the first book, The Comet’s Curse, with the continuation of 251 teenagers on their five-year journey to a new planet to start a new life. The book leaves off of the teen’s first problem on their ship, The Galahad, which is one of the scientists trying to sabotage the ship. After the ship is back in order, the story starts with the kids on their last stretch of seeing the last sign of humans after leavi [...]


    5. In my review of the first book, The Comet’s Curse, I mentioned wanting to be shown more of what life on the Galahad was like and wanting less of the author telling us about it. Guess who delivered?Four months after the incident with the stowaway, the crew of the Galahad is preparing for a last-minute addition to their schedule. As they jet past Saturn, they’re to pick up a pod sent planet-side from a team of scientists studying the planet for signs of life. Sounds routine enough. Of course, [...]


    6. The second book the Galahad Series and I have to say, I liked it better than the first one! The first book was setting the stage, introducing the characters, and in general laying the ground work for the coming books.The Web of Titan jumps in to the story, assuming you have a basic idea of what has come before and who these characters are. This books focuses on the core characters, with a few secondary characters. I found that this focus made the story feel more connected, I had "people" to conn [...]


    7. Life on Galahad has calmed down considerably since the saboteur was defeated. As the teenagers settle in on their voyage, they quite naturally begin to think and talk about romance. But things are not destined to remain calm. Galahad is close to Saturn where they are asked to pick up a pod from a research station orbiting the planet. They have no idea about what’s in the pod, or about what happened to the people in the research station who mysteriously stopped transmitting to Earth at approxim [...]


    8. Dom Testa has once again created a story that leaves us wanting more. The second book in the Gallahad series kept me on the edge of my seat as much as the first one. Nothing will every go completely right in life. Because of the problems he has created for his characters the story is very believable. The relationships that are developing between the teens on the ship are right on target as well. I say this because I teach kids around this age. I kept trying to problem solve for the teens as I re [...]


    9. The 251 teens sent away from a dying Earth to inhabit a life-sustaining planet five light-years away run into another snag as they approach Saturn. I appreciate sci-fi and to find an engaging, appropriate, well-written series for a YA audience just plain exciting! Testa has created believable characters and situations that are plausibleaning that as a reader, I can buy into his world. There are insertions from Roc, the computer, which are a little goofy sometimes but it is all good. I found myse [...]


    10. I read and reviewed The Comet's Curse, the first book in this series, last week. Check out my review here. For once, I don't actually have all that much to say. This book is much like the first, so, if you loved that one, The Web of Titan will not disappoint. The same relationship drama is here, only with a couple of new players. No real progress is made on that front of course.As for the plot of this novel, it is less interesting than the last. While the previous novel had the interesting dysto [...]


    11. After a catastrophic epidemic on Earth that wiped out most of the population, 251 remarkable teenagers from around the world who are immune to the disease were chosen to start over on another planet. They are trained and sent off on the spacecraft Galahad. With the help of a computer named Roc, they are off on an adventure in space. The teens have survived an attack from an intruder in the first book and are now approaching Saturn's moon, Titan, and new dangers. Plus, they are growing up and new [...]


    12. The adventure continues for Triana, Bon, Gap, Channy, and Lita. This second book in the Galahad series deepens the relationships between the main characters and adds mystery of an alien race. The pacing is fast and there is the added depth of how the main characters are relating to one another. Other reviewers on have noted the deepening of characterization in Triana, Bon, and Gap and that ROC comes into his own without over utilization of ROC's creator.The alien race, Cassini, brings to mind m [...]


    13. Galahad, the Web of Titan by Dom Testa is a science fiction book where a comet passes through Earth’s atmosphere and infects and kills every one over 18. The only hope for humanity is a space ship called Galahad carrying 251 teens to a new planet. Mysteries wait at Saturn, specifically its largest moon, Titan. The crew must pick up a pod launched by some scientists from a research station around Titan, but all communication with these scientists went silent 4 months ago. Strange things have al [...]


    14. Loved Web of Titan. It's the 2nd in a series of books about 251 teens sent into space after a comet passes the earth, bathing it in a virus that kills off the adults.Lots of books out their about getting rid of the adults, you know? but this series is a little different. There's enough time to plan for a ship and a path and to get together the kids most likely to survive in an environment like that. It isn't high literature, by any means, but it does what it sets out to do: keep you amused and t [...]


    15. I am not fond of the first book in this series, which is really just a 200 page extended setup to this book, which is much, much better. It still has a lot of flaws, but the teenage space survival story is at least in full swing here, and the teenagers actually sound and act like teenagers.The flaw, again, is how little happens. A lot of mystery doled out over a long period of time without enough reason to keep going. I almost wish that the first book was condensed into about 25 pages and we jus [...]


    16. I know something is wrong with me. How can I love book number 1 and not even be able to finish the second one? All I know is there was this great build up and it turned out to be a cat. A cat. I even thought I should give it another chance but then I remembered there are too many great books to waste time on a good one. I bet the series is great if your not a freak who likes to cross books of their list. And worries they will never be able to finish that list because there are always new books c [...]


    17. A few months after the stowaway fiasco people are starting to settle down. They are approaching Saturn, the last planet they will pass before heading to the asteroid belt. Yet strange things are starting to happen once again. As they near Saturn and it's moon Titan they receive orders to pick up a capsule that was sent out by researchers who were studying Titan, and who have ceased to make any contact since the ejection of the package, also, as they approach Saturn's moon a strange beam, emittin [...]


    18. Again, it was the same as the first one. It didn’t wow me, but I was still impressed that these books still keep me reading until the end. I guess the way how they described how some teen are abducted by alien kinda creep me out, with their orange eyes and saying nonsense wordor message. Although, I ‘m glad that Gap had finally find love “peace” with different girl. Now time to read the 3rd book


    19. I liked this one maybe even a little better than the first - probably because the characters are all knowns. In this installment, the teens have been gone for four months and are about to pass Titan, a moon of Saturn, where they are scheduled to pick up a pod from a research party that has been mysteriously silent for months. The teens find the pod but it only brings more questions and seems to have attracted the attention of something that could destroy their mission.


    20. Great second book. I'm always nervous for second books (and any after) because they always seem to fall short. This one did not. Even though I didn't think anything was "wrong" with the first, I feel like this one definitely "improved" and was just a slight bit better. And that's a good thing! You should always aim for your series to get better and better, not worse :)Definitely a very good, quick read and I recommend it if you're into space travel books!


    21. It was a heck of a pain to get a hold of this book (God bless - world cat) the book had to come all the way from Colorado (across the blessed US) but it was well worth it. A nice follow up to the first novel and if you can get your hands on it, it's a great read. If you can wait it is coming out with a second edition (hopefully one that won't cost north of $100).


    22. I am enjoying this series but I am not enjoying the long breaks inbetween books. This is one of the reasons that I normally start reading a series when there are already several books in the series. I will be waiting with bated breath for the next one in this series. While I don't feel alot is happening in each of the books I am in love with the premise.


    23. This is the first e-book I ever read - great experience. This series isn't really top-shelf science-fiction; however, I'm a sucker for the plot-line. The depth of characterization is lacking. The teen-angst is a touch grating. And yet, it's still a good read.I'll probably start on the next book in a week or so.


    24. Another enjoyable entry in the Galahad series, although I found it to be slightly less enjoyable than the first. I haven't really concluded why that is, exactly. I would still highly recommend it for anyone interested in YA sci-fi.My copy was an ARC given to me by my mother, who got it at some kind of librarian convention (or something of the sort).


    25. this book is very good it is about this group of kid that have to save the earth bc a meteor got to close and the tail of it hit the earth the adults can only get it so thy sent a group kids to go to one of saturates moons.


    26. This is the 2nd book in the Galahad series by Dom Testa. It continues the story of 251 teenagers and their travels toward a new home 5 years away in space. As they pass by Saturn and the moon Titan, mysterious things begin to happen to Galahad and to several of the passengers.


    27. Really liked first book of this series but this one- not so good. Skimmed a lot. I had figured out the big mystery of the "key" very early on [SO obvious!] There was some development of relationships but rather ho-hum and no-where near as interesting a view of life on the ship.


    28. Not as good as the first one but still excellent! This installment of the Gallahad saga is more like a Star Trek episode with teens. I had to get this ILL but I read it the first day I got it so that I can request #3!


    29. Like the first one, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Even though I found the flashbacks irritating, I really thought this was a great book. I'm not going to say anything else because I don't want to spoil it.


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