by S.P. Blackmore, Steven Novak

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No one suffers from space sickness anymore. It�s been bred out of humanity after a thousand years of starfaring.

That�s what the scientists say, and that�s what Kate Hawkins has always believed�right up to her first seizure triggered by the jump into the lightspeed channels. Granted, she�s spent an inordinate amount of time there during her five-year assignment to protect an exiled queen, but it shouldn�t be causing vivid hallucinations of missions she never undertook, nor should it knock her out for hours at a time.

When things don�t improve, she knows it�s time to call in a replacement. Her employer sends Galen, a man she�s never shared an assignment with, much less a starship. She can�t quite figure out why he seems so familiar, though he swears they�ve met before.

Before she fully realizes it, Kate is swept up in the question of what lightspeed can do to the human mind�and uncovering a mystery centuries in the making.


Approximately 52,000 words.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013365919
Publisher: S.P. Blackmore
Publication date: 10/02/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 276 KB

About the Author

S.P. Blackmore is a freelance writer living in Southern California. An accomplished coffee addict and zombie aficionado, she was once voted "Most Likely to Not Rule the Universe," a dubious honor she probably shouldn't talk about.

She is doing her best to combat speaking in the third person.

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