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Ship Wrecked II

Ship Wrecked Series, Book 2
Narrated by: L.J. Ganser
Length: 11 hrs and 14 mins
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It was a hard sell, but Cameron had convinced Heather to return to the exoplanet Sang-Morang - where he had hoped they could experience the wonder of this majestic corner of the universe, together. The spacecraft Primion was flight-ready and the immense creature - the Minal Loth - seemed content to follow him wherever he went. And he still had the old Ford pickup truck, gassed up, and ready to explore more of that alien landscape.

But Cameron’s well-intentioned plan turns out to be one of his very worst. No sooner has the Primion set down on Sang-Morang, than they are ruthlessly attacked. Heather is abducted. The Loth is gone. The Primion destroyed. Cameron, once again, is alone and shipwrecked.

While Cameron is somewhat accustomed to surviving alone - being self-reliant - Heather has little concept of such things. Forcibly abducted up into space and a prisoner of ill-intentioned beings, she will have to dig deep beyond her limited life experience as a mere hostess at the Drake Café back in Larksburg Stand to confront both her inner and outer demons. 

Light years apart, it quickly becomes apparent to them both that there is little hope they will ever see each other again. Soon, they will each be forced to endure their own version of hell - and do so alone.

©2018 Avenstar Productions (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Great second installment!

Great second installment! Look forward to more. But also would like to see it finally come to a satisfying and timely conclusion when it has run its course, unlike the Scrapyard Ship series by this author. Just sayin'. There's something to be said for an author who can finish what he starts.

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Sloppy story telling

Initially the story started out well but then the action started to happen. Rather than develop a thoughtful story there was just a series of convenient events. Ex. Things are so bad I'm about to die, if I only had an X I would survive and then an X shows up. Then the danger gets more extreme and an even more unlikely rescue device appears. It seems like the author just got lazy and changed rules to make things convenient for the story.

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More is better!

Lovely wild ride! There seems to be a market for space ship mechanics. I hope he writes more!