King Liam, First of His Name: A Short Story Set in the Universe of Accidental Intelligence

King Liam, First of His Name: A Short Story Set in the Universe of Accidental Intelligence

by Bryan Chaffin
King Liam, First of His Name: A Short Story Set in the Universe of Accidental Intelligence

King Liam, First of His Name: A Short Story Set in the Universe of Accidental Intelligence

by Bryan Chaffin

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Overview

King Liam, First of His Name! A miner of some repute! Well, he will be when he gets back from his eight year journey to the Oort Cloud. He often fantasizes about the looks on everyone's face when he comes waltzing back on Ceres, richer than any Belter has ever been. Oh sure, four years of isolation might have left him a little touched, but he only has four more years to go. He just has to make it to a little planetoid he's named Lucky Strike, and all his dreams will come true. What could go wrong?

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Set in the same universe as Accidental Intelligence and Mason Truman, King Liam is a free short story that takes us far away from the world of combines and the Omninet. It explores what one man's ambition can drive him to accomplish, and what he finds when he does.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940185857724
Publisher: Bryan Chaffin
Publication date: 06/04/2024
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 46,815
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Bryan Chaffin is the author of SciFi thriller Accidental Intelligence. In an earlier life, he wrote about Apple and technology for 23 years as the cofounder and editor-in-chief of The Mac Observer, which he and his business partner sold in 2022. Bryan lives with his dog Ichabod in Silicon Valley, where they both enjoy the fantabulous pastime of THROW THE DAMNED BALL! It's a hoot. 10 out of 10 stars. Would recommend. Bring treats. In other news, Bryan loves writing. He loves words. He revels in the power of stories.
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