Starship Victory: The Last Boy on Earth [NOOK Book]

Overview

Ensign Brahma is the newest member to join the Starship Victory on her mission of peaceful exploration. The crew is nice enough, but he still feels isolated from them because, while the rest of the crew come from just about every species and culture in the galaxy, humans, Gamar, the Symphony of Life, Sparta and more, they are all still limited corporeal beings and Brahma is a space god. Perhaps his abilities and insights can help the Victory on her latest mission...

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Starship Victory: The Last Boy on Earth

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Overview

Ensign Brahma is the newest member to join the Starship Victory on her mission of peaceful exploration. The crew is nice enough, but he still feels isolated from them because, while the rest of the crew come from just about every species and culture in the galaxy, humans, Gamar, the Symphony of Life, Sparta and more, they are all still limited corporeal beings and Brahma is a space god. Perhaps his abilities and insights can help the Victory on her latest mission...

The Starship Victory is en route to check the technology level of a primitive world on the outskirts of the Galactic Union, but finds only a burned out cinder. A strange energy signature emanates from the planet below. Can the Victory face down whatever strange force destroyed this planet?

Also along for the ride are Engineering Chief Golem, a neurotic alcoholic android, Security Chief Kylie Hayes, who is tough as a neutron star, and the Executive Officer Elorg, a man from a race of musical cyborgs. Can the crew of the Victory discover the shocking secret behind the graveyard world below them?

Find out in the first episode of the Starship Victory saga!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032923534
  • Publisher: Joey Peters
  • Publication date: 11/30/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 113,520
  • File size: 101 KB

Meet the Author

Joey Peters is a writer, cartoonist and beauty contest champion.
His comics have appeared in “In a Single Bound”, “Leftovers of the Living Dead”, the Boston Phoenix, and all across the internet. He is probably most well known for his reimaginings of public domain superheroes, most particularly Stardust the Super-Wizard.
His other prose works include the “Starship Victory” series and “Moonlit Massacres”.
Joey lives in Boston with his wife, Donna.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2014

    Pretty stupid

    Pretty stupid

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2012

    Okay

    Not much actual story. More a general description of the premise for a much longer tale. However, the concept of all those duplicate earth systems sounds like it could be pretty confusing.

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