Edge of Hyperspace

Edge of Hyperspace

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by Scott Seldon
     
 

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This collection features 10 stories from Scott Seldon’s Galactic Confederation Universe. Smuggler Tramp Darvon makes a run through a dangerous stellar nursery. Smuggler Hazdon Brenker is tricked into doing a job by a girl out for revenge. Customs Marine Sgt. Rolfel is tested to see if he has what it takes to be promoted to commander and then he and his best

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This collection features 10 stories from Scott Seldon’s Galactic Confederation Universe. Smuggler Tramp Darvon makes a run through a dangerous stellar nursery. Smuggler Hazdon Brenker is tricked into doing a job by a girl out for revenge. Customs Marine Sgt. Rolfel is tested to see if he has what it takes to be promoted to commander and then he and his best friend take a leisure cruise that turns out to be more business than pleasure. Trader Alluren Beldaras makes a normal delivery, but ends up being chased by pirates. Taru has just lost her mother and returns to work to deal with the variety of people who flow through the spaceport bar where she works. Green skinned Zeccan, Wallivo Haroong, utilizes a maintenance break in his ship’s schedule to travel to his homeworld and deal with a false charge against him. Also included are three stories of Captain Ven Zaran. We see his origins, a favor he does for a friend, and a rescue from later in his career.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033039302
Publisher:
Scott Seldon
Publication date:
01/31/2012
Series:
Galactic Confederation , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
706,296
File size:
283 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Scott Seldon lives in Colorado with his wife and family in a house brimming with old and new computers. He is a student of technology, history, anthropology, languages, and cosmology. Each separate direction of study has enriched his imagination, but he credits the creative output of George Lucas and Isaac Asimov for the direction it has taken. He turned his creativity to science fiction in his teens and has never looked back.

In his writing, Scott strives to create rich worlds and characters. Although his stories take place in the future, he often looks to the past to give his stories a solid background. He’s is more likely to watch Captain Blood than Star Wars to find inspiration on the feel of a story. He reads the latest titles by Jack McDevitt followed by C. L. Moore’s stories of Northwest Smith written decades ago with Les Miserables and the Princess of Mars next on his reading list.

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Edge of Hyperspace 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good universe concept. Many of these short stories could be expanded into novels. Great cast of characters. Could use some editing, not just to catch spelling and grammar errors, but content duplication. One story had the same background info three times within afew pages. Really bogged down the story.