Military Training in Space
A regular teenager hurled to a new world
Extremely well written, exceptionally dull and macabre
Good writing but way too convoluted
1/8 of the entire story
Junkies and reviving the dead...what's not to love?
Riddled with too many issues for such a short read.
Not a bad book, but...
...there were some things that really annoyed me when I was reading it.
Weird Writing Style
First, the formatting in which the dialogue is part of the paragraphs.
Reminiscent of Yargo
Yargo was a book written decades ago about a woman who gets transported to an alien world and ends up changing their world inadvertently and, yes, there's the love story angle also.
I Really Enjoyed This Book
It started off strong and continued from there.
From the opening line, I knew this was going to be an interesting read.
Positives and Negatives...
...which is why the 3 stars
Don't know what this is
First, get the cover re-done, it's as ridiculous as the story.
I Need To Read Book 1
...to get the full impact of this story, I think.
A Fantasy Worthy Of The Name
I had to deduct a star because of the error in mechanics (missing commas mainly) and the misspelled words (i.e. 'savour' instead of 'savior' & 'drew breath' instead of 'draw breath).
...I was blown away.
Too Little Substance and...
...too many mistakes. Geez, but this really had the potential to be a cute short fantasy read, but it has far too many issues as it stands now.
Shorter Story Than You Think
Even though the ebook is only 46 pages, the last 18 pages are a sneak peak at another of the author's works. So, this is really a short story.
Whole 'nother Level
We are reintroduced to the crew of the Moraturi, after they dropped out of the wormhole, prior to arriving at New Eden in the Andromeda Galaxy. They are faced with several major issues to deal with and figure out as they attempt to continue their journey.