Blachart - Christina Engela Reviews
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by - written on 18/11/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Blachart is another great sci-fi story from the transgendered author Christina Engela and set in the same universe as her other books. This time around the action focuses around Mykl D'Angelo, a Space trader having a VERY bad week! First, most of his crew abandon him during shore leave at his last destination, then his Engineer and Helmsman are both killed in a fatal accident when a couple of crossed wires during routine repairs cause a pulse-wave! Left drifting in space, his only hope of rescue comes when he receives communication from an Imperial Ship patrolling the area. But when he boards the Ship, he discovers that his week is only about to ... Read the complete review
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