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Almost 900 years into the future the aging Starship Destiny is nearing the end of its long voyage On board is the only survivor of Earth a young girl called Tamsin Raised by Destine her humanoid companion she struggles to comprehend a past she was not part of and a future she finds difficult to accept Surrounded by robots on board a sterile ship Tamsin will discover that Destiny has many secrets and that Destine is not who she appears Over three sprawling books Tamsin unravels the past piece by piece while she comes to terms with her own destiny and the fate of all humanity

10 thoughts on “Star Child: The Cosmic Birth

  1. says:

    This author has written an imaginative and creative story that takes the reader above and beyond the dimensions of our world and into another universe A sci fi book for YA that will keep them mesmerized with the turn of each page Paul Day takes the reader on an unforgettable adventure into the future He has great insight and creates a fantastic premise of what the future of our world could be It is both frightening and mesmerizing to read this incredible storyThis is a fascinating read and was enjoyed by this adult Who says you have to be a kid to enjoy YA genreThere will be parts to this story and I look forward to reading them all A wonderful addition to YA summer reading or any time

  2. says:

    This is one of the most character in depth science fiction books I've ever read The author has put a lot of consideration into how the only human Tamsin would react to situations that occur throughout her growing up period while travelling through space to her final destination A journey that was planned and started 800 years before her birthEven how the various robots would act taking into consideration how high level their programming isThe method of storytelling is reminiscent of the old masters of the genre like Isaac Asimov Greg Bear Ben Nova et alThis is a tale to savour and live inI consider it to be excellent and my favourite read so far from this AuthorMy hope is he will write a seuel soonSee my review also at

  3. says:

    A real Star child Borne just at the end of their 900 year journey Tamsin had a lonely live in the huge star ship Destiny flown by Destine the robot and other robots maintaining the ship and give her company She reprograms some of the other maintaining robots and they become her real friends even a sister She studies a lot and Destine calls her “the human encyclopaedia”She is dreaming a lot of things she hardly understands but still feels lonely So Destine is giving her a puppy And through that act she finds out that the chip is actually an ark It carries all sorts of seeds not only plants animals as well And when the puppy was two years old she became pregnant Tamsin thought it through and found out that the whole ship was there for a special purpose much bigger and important than she ever could imagine Destine also told her “You are destined for something truly great”First it was strange for me to read the story from the eyes of Tamsin She starts her story much later in her life but is going back to her birth on the star ship until they arrive at their far away destination the planet that orbits a star with the astronomical name “Kepler 62f”I believe that story is for all ages not only for younger ones I really enjoyed it very much and can’t wait for the next book A great read Loved itIt really deserves 5 stars

  4. says:

    First of a trilogy a YA aimed but enjoyable and charmingly told story of a colony ship on a 900 year voyage populated only by robots and one young girl who is birthed near the end of the voyage There are mysteries to be revealed in the next books and a lot of suspense to be resolved so I will most definitely read the succeeding books when available

  5. says:

    Read Dec 2014 4 starsFull review on