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First Fleet #1: Bones
     

First Fleet #1: Bones

by Stephen Case
 

FIRST FLEET - SERIES OVERVIEW
When a military space fleet accidentally revives an ancient alien race, they send out a single terrifying transmission for help before disappearing without a trace… Now, a young scientist must race against the clock to save her only sister from an unknown fate.

FIRST FLEET #1: BONES (SHORT STORY)
In a war many light

Overview

FIRST FLEET - SERIES OVERVIEW
When a military space fleet accidentally revives an ancient alien race, they send out a single terrifying transmission for help before disappearing without a trace… Now, a young scientist must race against the clock to save her only sister from an unknown fate.

FIRST FLEET #1: BONES (SHORT STORY)
In a war many light years away, among the ruins of an ancient alien civilization, our fallen soldiers return from the front lines in pieces.
Medical pods regenerate the remains of these soldiers so their mind and consciousness can be downloaded into their freshly regrown body.
But something at the front lines... something inside the ruins... has been killing our soldiers faster than we could grow them.
When a pod arrives with more than just the pieces of a fallen soldier, what begins to regenerate inside is something unimaginably powerful.
If it awakens, we will have lost a war we didn’t even know we started.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940046541113
Publisher:
Axiomatic
Publication date:
01/24/2015
Series:
First Fleet
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
304,595
File size:
643 KB

Meet the Author

Stephen Case gets paid for teaching people about space, which is pretty much the coolest thing ever. He also occasionally gets paid for writing stories about space (and other things), which have appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Daily Science Fiction, Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show​ and several other publications. His first anthology, Trees and Other Wonders, is available on Kindle. Stephen holds a PhD in the history and philosophy of science from the University of Notre Dame and will talk for inordinate amounts of time about nineteenth-century British astronomy. He lives with his wife, four children, and three chickens in an undisclosed suburb of Chicago that has not yet legalized backyard chickens.

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