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Intertwined Lives by Shannon Haddock

There's more to life than being a hero all the time. 

Intertwined Lives isn’t your typical space opera. It’s a look at ordinary life in a space opera setting. It’s about what heroes do when they’re not saving the day. It’s about the younger siblings and kids of heroes and their struggles with everyday problems . . . with futuristic twists. It’s about love. It’s about family. It’s about life.

Note: Intertwined Lives is unfinished, with no recent updates.  It contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


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Listed: Mar 23, 2015

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Fake words ahoy captain!

By Alexander.Hollins, member

Mar 29, 2015: Kardashians meets Gene’s Family Jewels meets Star Trek. That’s the best quick blurb I can think of for this story. Tri Galaxies is basically a journal of the lives of several well off movers and shakers of the galaxy. The viewpoint swaps back around between a few characters, noted mostly by the name of the chapter. The writing isn’t too bad, but there’s very little voice difference between the characters. A few typos of the grammatical sort (there their, ect) but not really enough to distract. My only real complaint about the series is that the author falls under the old idea of , the best way to make it sound "spacey" is to replace lots of common words with made up alien sounding words, so time units, money, other kinds of things have random words assigned, without any in story cultural background to show why, and it can be quite jarring.

All in all, the story’s not my cup of tea, and I won’t be reading in the future, but if you like slice of life with a touch of space pirate, go for it!

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