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Among Us - A Traitor in Space - cover

Among Us - A Traitor in Space

Laura Rivière

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Ten astronauts. An imposter determined to kill them all. Welcome to the deadliest spaceship of all time.The intrigue of everyone’s favorite video game comes to life in this unofficial Among Us adventure. V is a young astronaut ready for any challenge that comes his way. His next assignment: locate and repair the Skeld, a well-known international spaceship that has been navigating on pilot mode for years. Ten astronauts from around the world are tasked with this crucial mission. They must check wiring systems, align telescopes, clean vents . . . and survive. To the crew’s horror, one of the astronauts is killed in the reactor room—another one is found dead in the cafeteria. There’s an imposter in their midst! Will they be able to identify the culprit before it’s too late?

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