To Even Have Dreams (Corwint Central Agent Files, #1.1)

To Even Have Dreams (Corwint Central Agent Files, #1.1)

by C. E. Kilgore

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BN ID: 2940151750950
Publisher: Tracing The Stars
Publication date: 03/20/2015
Series: Corwint Central Agent Files , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 212,398
File size: 226 KB

About the Author

C.E. Kilgore (1981 - ) is an author without genre, who likes to dabble in several genres from romance to science fiction. She also enjoys pushing the boundaries of those genres, trying new things, venturing outside formulas and turning tropes on their heads. Admittedly a control freak, she is currently a self-published author under the name Tracing The Stars, and hasn't quite found the publisher who fits all her quirks. Be sure to check out her website,

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To Even Have Dreams (Corwint Central Agent Files) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What I liked: For a short story, this little space opera has the depth and emotional punch of a much longer work. You don't have to read the previous story (Ghost in the Machine) but I'd recommend you do. I adore Orynn, but I learned so much more about her from this story and the reason for some of her future reticence. Brel is the kind of hero I adore, and all the more admiral because he isn't human and therefore human emotions and values are not expected of him. Yet he has those qualities far more than the actual humans. What I didn't like: A smidge of head hopping - my major bug bear - but the majority is told from Brel's POV and the head hopping is minimal. In conclusion: This short story totally broke my heart. If you love stories about mecha/artificial humans/androids, but want emotional depth rather than it being based purely on sex, this is for you. Just don't hold your breath for even a happily for now as this is a tragedy, not a romance.