An Improbable Journey by Gord McLeod
Marooned on an uninhabited junk yard world that lacks the basic necessities of life, Corwin Koell finds what he needs with the help of a tiny robot, but escape will only come at a cost.
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About the Author
I won NaNoWriMo 2011 after live-writing my stories. I continue to write daily at fictionimprobable.com where all of my work is available for free.I have terrible difficulty deciding between writing under the name Gord McLeod or Gordon S. McLeod. Currently, Gord McLeod is winning.Once upon a time, I designed video games for Ganz Studios, the makers of WebKinz and the announced Tail Towns project. Many many moons ago, I wrote and drew a short-lived forgotten web comic.I'm a tech blogger for Livid Lobster at GeekBeat.TV and One Man's Blog.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
An Improbable Journey based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
The story was good .... right up to "to be continued" after only 33 or 34 pages. I hate these kind of seriel short stories, especially when you don't find out it's a seriel till the cliffhanger. The rest of the 55pages is a teaser for another work. Gee two teasers in one shot book.
Don't waste your time, folks. Only giving it one star because I have to give it at least one to take my review.