Tristan is a writer, computer programmer, and martial arts instructor living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The ship Le Morte d'Arthur has more confirmed kills than any ship in the fleet. Unfortunately, it also has the most crew casualties - both in and out of combat...
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Le Morte d'Arthur based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
"Morte" is the name that the, sentient and malicious, space ship wants to be called. Its full name is Morte D' Arthur. It likes to kill people in creative ways. Whether those people are its own crew, or its enemies, does not matter to this battle-hardened and half-mad space ship. A new crewman is introduced to "Morte". That is the plot in a nutshell. The story is very short, just a few Nook pages. It could have been expanded to a greater effect. I would have rated "Morte" higher, if there were a more substantial plot, and increased character development. As a "quickie" short it is okay, but not great. There is potential in this framework of an idea. I would be seriously interested in an extended novella based on the "Morte D' Arthur". -AvidReader
Great concept and good characters. I'd like to read more about this ships adventures.