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The Vessel by Brian Martinez

The far future. Earth became inhospitable, the climate ravaged, disease and famine spread worldwide. After the oceans rose, the people of Earth sent a massive ship out into the stars to find a new home. Dubbed Ark One, it is mankind’s greatest accomplishment, a veritable living planet housing ten thousand people both living and cryogenically frozen. When a single . . .

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Dispatches from the Inter-Galactic by A. A. Roi

And you thought humanity was the only messed up species in the universe…

Dispatches From The Inter-Galactic is a series of loosely related satirical stories which take place in a galaxy full of various interstellar civilizations and numerous space faring species generally described as ‘consentients’. While there are numerous themes related to interstellar life, several of the stories directly relate to specific themes such as; The pan-galactic ramifications to the use of supersymetrical . . .

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I’m Already Hooked

By Scott Scherr, author of Don't Feed The Dark

Feb 13, 2018: My review of The Vessel is based on the first arc in this series, or the first ten chapters. However, I have every intention to keep on reading this well-crafted space tale . . . I’m already hooked.

Imagine yourself on a one-way trip thirty-nine light years away from our dead Earth, the victim of long-term environmental abuse, on the most sophisticated space vessel ever created, known as Ark One. More than ten-thousand souls traveling toward the distant galaxy of Trappist-1, theorized to be where [more . . .]

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