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Reviewed by Joshua Olokodana for Readers' Favorite
Welcome to the future! It’s the year 2461 and man has expanded his territory beyond the solar system. Impossible things have become commonplace: people live in a space city called Orbital 4, planets are being terraformed, and Earth is no longer the hub for industrial activity. But strange things are happening with sudden disappearances, mysteriously intuitive AIs about to flood the market, labor shortages, and so on in Missing on Orbital 4 by Cory Wilcox. When Sally Taylor hired Jake Hemlock to find her sister, Candis, he thought he’d found an easy way to make the rent. Little did he know he was walking into a mammoth-sized conspiracy. Candis had gone from thesis research to investigating a trafficking operation when she vanished. Now that Jake has discovered the reason for Candis’ disappearance, he’s not safe either.
Missing on Orbital 4 by Cory Wilcox is an engaging blend of science fiction, crime, thriller, and mystery genres. Set in a one-million capacity spaceship, Cory tells a vivid story that creates a lasting impression and takes you into the future using a dynamic blend of first and third-person narration with a refreshingly informal tone. Replete with fun characters and futuristic gadgets, Missing on Orbital 4 is the answer to every sci-fi reader’s prayers. It features unbelievable technology, like the Cloverleaf Lift—a permanent high-speed transport system between the Earth and Orbital 4. Yet it doesn’t sound farfetched. I also enjoyed this book for its exceptional character development and plot construction. If you are looking for an action-packed, read-in-one-sitting page-turner that can keep you on the edge of your seat, then look no further! Missing on Orbital 4 is the book you need to read.