Frances Pauli writes Speculative fiction with touches of Romance. More information on her writing and available books can be found at http://francespauli.com or on her Amazon author page. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Space Slugsby Frances Pauli
But Zora's weddings never manage to go off as planned, and before the cake is served, Murray finds
When Xenobiologist, Dr. Murray, receives yet another phony wedding invitation from her galaxy hopping sister, she does what any good sibling would do. She drops her research and hops the first flight to some obscure planet at the edge of the civilized universe.
But Zora's weddings never manage to go off as planned, and before the cake is served, Murray finds herself imprisoned with the unapologetic bride. With the assistance of a mysterious android and the universe's last living space slug,
the two find themselves on the run in a stolen space ship with half the galaxy in hot pursuit. Thanks to Zora, it's the least desirable half.
Maybe Murray will get lucky, and the crash landing will kill her.
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Dr. Murray is on her way to her sister's wedding. Never mind that this is the umpteenth time her sister has planned a wedding or that she's written help me on the bottom of the invitation, Dr. Murray takes it all in stride. So she's a bit nonplussed to be locked in the dungeon when she arrives at the place where the wedding is to take place and has her sister for company. Thankfully, she manages to escape with the help of an android that is more than he seems and a wedding present that ends up being a gooey and growing space slug. Space Slugs is a fun and wacky story that takes the reader from one place to the next in a plot that expands like the universe, ever outward. While the story doesn't always flow smoothly from chapter to chapter and I would have liked a bit more description, there were plenty of sarcastic twists and turns to keep the plot moving. 3.5 Stars