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Image of Zero-G

Fast-paced plotting, strong character development and realistic spiritual
struggles make this a compelling story, and the father-son relationships will
warm your familial heartstrings.

Astronaut Tuck Tucker is shattered when his crew gets sick on a mission and he's the only one to survive. Was it an accident, or did someone try to destroy the mission? Tuck blames God for failing to save his colleagues, and it takes a year to work through his anger, with his father's emotional support, before he comes to terms with the situation.

In the meantime, Tuck is judged unfit to go back into space and given a desk job at NASA. Plus, the father of one of the astronauts who died on his watch plots revenge. Tuck gets one more chance to command a space trip thanks to a space-tourism company, but someone's out to get him, and things go horribly wrong. (Zondervan, Nov., 336 pp., $12.99)
Reviewed by: 
Lindy J. Swanson