Les Trois soleils de Vinéa
|Les Trois soleils de Vinéa|
|Preceded by||Message pour l'éternité
|Followed by||La Frontière de la vie
The Vineans prepare to return to their home planet, but first they must investigate whether is it is still habitable. Khany invites Yoko, Vic and Pol to join her and a few other Vineans in a faster-than-light vehicle that will bring them to Vinea's solar system in the M33 galaxy within two months. To their surprise, Vinea still exists, although it now has a synchronous rotation around its primaries. More surprises follow in rapid succession as Yoko and Khany find that the planet has acquired an artificial climate and is governed by a corrupted artificial intelligence. With the help of the artificial memory of Sadar, Khany's father, Yoko and her friends overthrow the AI's rule. Sadar's memory then guides them to a city on the arctic side of Vinea, a shelter filled with survivors in suspended animation. One of the first to be awakened is Synda, Khany's mother.
The title refers to the two natural suns (a yellow and a red giant) and the artificial satellite used to redirect light to the dark side of the planet (or artificial sun). It can be seen just to the right of Yoko's face in the cover image, the other satellite is involved in the faster-than-light mechanism and is covered with dust.
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