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A thrilling, original novel based on Netflix's Lost in Space! This audiobook edition is read by Maxwell Jenkins, who plays Will Robinson in the smash hit series. Perfect for fans eagerly awaiting season 2, this all-new story focuses on 11-year-old Will and his closest friend and greatest protector - a mysterious Robot with a dangerous past. Thirty years in the future, Earth has become increasingly more uninhabitable, and a group of colonists—including Will, his two teenage sisters, and their parents—travels across the galaxy to establish a new home. But when the ship is attacked, the Robinsons are stranded on an alien planet where they must contend with disastrous technical issues, a hostile environment, and dangerous personalities to get off world and reach their colony. One day, while exploring a remote complex of caves with his Robot, Will discovers a strange portal that allows him to travel back to Earth—to a time before the Robinsons left on their mission. Realizing the portal could be a way for the colonists to escape the planet and finally make their way to their new home, Will and his sisters decide to investigate it, triggering a series of events that not only changes their reality, but threatens the group's very existence. With the beings who created the portal in pursuit, Will must find a way to right the wrongs of the past and save his family's future.© 2019 Legendary. All Rights Reserved.This audiobook is read by Maxwell Jenkins, a multi-talented performer who can be seen on the hit Netflix/Legendary TV series, LOST IN SPACE, where he plays the iconic role of Will Robinson. He also recently completed filming on the highly anticipated feature GOOD JOE BELL, in which he stars opposite Mark Wahlberg and Connie Britton. Maxwell made his performing debut at the age of 3 as an acrobat in his family's theatrical circus company, Midnight Circus. When not aboard the Jupiter 2, Maxwell attends Chicago public school where he runs cross country, plays mandolin and writes music for his band, Cowboy Jesus and the Sugar Bums, and is a fierce advocate for the animals and sea life who share the planet with us all. In the future he hopes to become either a writer or a Director of Photography.