The Galahad Series
The dynamic young adult series from Tor/Macmillan
When the tail of the comet Bhaktul flicks through the Earth's atmosphere, deadly particles are left in its wake. Suddenly, mankind is confronted with a virus that devastates the adult population. Only those under the age of eighteen seem to be immune. Desperate to save humanity, a renowned scientist proposes a bold plan: to create a ship that will carry a crew of 251 teenagers to a home in a distant solar system. Two years later, the spacecraft Galahad and its crew -- none over the age of sixteen -- is launched.
The award-winning Galahad series explodes in an all-new collection! Now you can collect all six books in a special three-volume omnibus series. The first volume, Leaving Earth, contains the first two books in the series, The Comet's Curse and The Web of Titan.
Triana and the crew of Galahad encounter more than they ever imagined in the first few months of their journey to a new world. In The Comet's Curse they must confront a deranged stowaway who is determined to destroy the ship and the mission. In the tantalizing sequel, The Web of Titan, the crew is drawn into a mystery emanating from the eerie, orange moon orbiting Saturn.
The second volume, Into Deep Space contains the complete third and fourth novels, The Cassini Code, and The Dark Zone.
Now, Volume Three, A New Life (with Cosmic Storm and The Galahad Legacy) is here! In the thrilling conclusion to the series, Triana and her shipmates have decisions to make that are both painful and life-threatening. And some of Galahad's biggest mysteries are solved. Scoop it up now, and enjoy the entire saga!
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The Galahad series won multiple EVVY Awards for Best Young Adult Book.
The first book in the series, The Comet's Curse, won an international grand prize from Writer's Digest and was chosen as the 2015 Youth One Book One Denver selection.
For fun, check out the original book trailer from 2009, with an early career performance by Rachel Brosnahan, who went on to star in hit TV series like House of Cards and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.