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I've been looking for this book series for a few years. Earth is coming to an end and a select few are selected to go to some distant planet but never make it. Instead, and this is well before they know it, they end up on another much larger spaceship that uses the data from their ship about Earth to create a very weird world using paintings and other data in an attempt to replicate what it thinks their world is like.

Now, I don't remember many specific details, but the biggest one I do remember is that in cryosleep one of women has a baby and this baby is evil and takes control of its mother as a host.

The people go through a bunch of hardships and it's spread through a few books which I never finished so I don't know how it ends, but I would like to finish reading them if possible.

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After posting this question (and not expecting an answer with such sparse details) I did some digging and found it.

The novel series is called Remnants. The first book in the series is The Mayflower Project.

Remnants is a series of science fiction books written by K. A. Applegate between July 2001 and September 2003. It is the story of what happens to the survivors of a desperate mission to save a handful of human beings after an asteroid collides with the Earth. Eighty people are placed aboard a converted space shuttle using untested "quack" hibernation technology and fired blindly into space hours before all life on Earth is obliterated by a large asteroid called The Rock. They are then picked up by a large, sentient space craft of monumental proportions known as 'Mother' which is inhabited by various races. 'Mother' can manipulate the physical environment within the craft's limits and often does so. Only a few people placed in stasis actually were alive and capable of being reanimated when they reached 'Mother'.

Book cover - *Remnants: The Mayflower Project*

It's an amazing series and I plan to order it today!

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