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Despite its guise as a space pirate, the Dread Remora is still a ship of Her Majesty's Royal Navy, so when Captain Nate Demming and his crew discover a brutally savaged ship, they are appalled. When a second ship appears and attacks, Demming assumes these must be the predators and retaliates. The events that unfold lead to new discoveries for the Dread Remora, including some potential allies - and a ferocious new enemy.
The novella Crossed Paths is the second tale of the Dread Remora, following the full-length novel The Birth of the Dread Remora. The Dread Remora series is part of the epic Scattered Earth saga. There is a new full-length Dread Remora novel in the works, and the second book in the series The Second Veil - by David Niall Wilson - is also available.
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A Strange Short Story!
Although the price was small, it was only 1 hour long. It also jumped around a bit and considered space to be "in the ether". It was hard to follow at times. The HMS Dread Remora is a space ship with particle weapons, etc, but "talk tubes" to communicate with sections of the ship and a standard "wheel" to control the ship. Actually, the wheel makes some sense, but the rest sounded like a Sci-Fi written in 1850 despite the 2011 copyright.
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- Mary Karowski
Sci fi universe short story
This is a stand-alone story from the scattered earth universe. It is a great short story about the Dread Remora and introduces both potential allies and enemies as well as revealing some of the unique strengths that make
Up this ship and it’s crew. I look forward to more from this universe and it’s author. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher