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Rainbow Destructor by Thedude3445

 

Rainbow Destructor is a dizzying flash of color splashed onto the page as the seven-woman crew of the XSS Savior must save the galaxy from a an impending threat that defies not only physics, but everything you’ve ever expected in a space adventure story.


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Listed: Mar 9, 2019

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A Fast and Frenetic Meta-Sci-Fi

By Sharkerbob, author of Graven

Jun 26, 2019: Rainbow Destructor is an interesting blend of action, comedy, high-concept meta, and sci-fi, almost a sort of zany version of a Twilight Zone episode, or like one of those crazier 90’s OVA space adventure anime.

The story is short, really only a novella in length, with bite-sized chapters you can blur through in one sitting. This is both a strength and a drawback, as the story gets right down to the point and doesn’t stop for nothin’. On the one hand, [more . . .]

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Rainbow Destructor Quick Review

By GuardlyGuard, author of I'm Not A Monster, It's Only A Mask

Jun 9, 2019: Rainbow Destructor is a quick yet very confusing story. It’s starts off as your average sci-fi story, but it quickly takes an uncanny turn after the first few chapters.The two things that really weighed down this story was it’s pacing and the lake of consistentcy in it’s tone.

Granted, each chapter was written in a day so I assume there wasn’t a lot of time to do heavy edits. The story felt all over the place after Chapter 3, at which [more . . .]

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