Hang on for dear life - what a ride!
At first, young Ryan Chase thought it was no big deal. A minor space collision with a creepy-looking, refurbished Paotow Tanker. Hey, these things happen-right? Sure, unless the one you have plowed into is a murderous psychopath, who has been lying in wait for the young Consignment Freight delivery pilot. The relentless cat-and-mouse galactic chase is on, and Ryan must either match his pursuer's cunning or die trying.
Unbeknownst to Ryan, there's much more going on than he realizes. By the time his aunt, ex-president Nan Reynolds, and Captain Jason Reynolds, plus the rest of the Star Watch team, are alerted, a much larger conspiracy is also occurring, and Ryan could already be captured - or worse - dead.
©2016 Mark Wayne McGinnis (P)2016 Mark Wayne McGinnis
The performance was excellent. The story had lots of unlikely events. Then again, it is science fiction. If all things were likely, I probably wouldn't have been interested.
Like most stories in books, TV, and movies, the heroes are pushed to the edge, then an unlikely circumstance or event redeems the situation. That happens almost, but not quite, to the point of tedium. However, I keep coming back. So, the story is doing what it is supposed to do. It keeps me coming back.
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