Crossed Paths: A Tale of the Dread Remora - Aaron Rosenberg Reviews
Description:ISBN B004RUZOAK / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Aaron Rosenberg / Kindle Edition / Published 2011-03-11 by Crossroad Press
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by - written on 21/04/11, updated on 26/04/11 (Somewhat useful, 8 readings)
Fans of Babylon 5 and Stargate novels will instantly enjoy this ripping tale - which represents but a small part of the growing Scattered Earth series (A whole new setting currently being filled out by this Author, as well as David Niall Wilson and Steven Savile). A relatively short story, this nonetheless delivers sufficient action and tension to be worth the small purchase price. Set around the Dread Remora, in reality a fusion of two ships led by a decisive and determined crew, the story combines sharp action with detailed and original descriptions of the races that meet, as well as the mysterious and savage Meringians they are both pursuing. The ... Read the complete review
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