Precious Cargo 2404 CE - A Malo Kemp Assignment

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Space trader Malo Kemp leaves the bottle behind for an assignment he can't refuse; after all, shipping freight across the known worlds is what he does best. He thinks he knows about his goods and his passenger; the mysteriously cool Miranda. But as they travel through the hard vacuum of space the past begins to catch up with Malo, and the lines between the trader and his cargo begin to blur More

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Words: 6,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465761538
About Andrew J Chamberlain

Andrew is a novelist, ghostwriter and writing tutor. His commercially published works include the novel 'Urban Angel' (2004) and he has been the ghostwriter for 'A night out with the boys' (2007) 'Once an Addict?' (2007) and 'Conquering the Dragon' (2008); all through Authentic Media. Since its publication 'Once an Addict?' has sold in excess of 50k copies.
He has written articles for print and the web on the Christian Life and the craft of writing, and contributed to the anthology 'The Jesus I know' (2009) from Columba Press.
Andrew is a regular tutor on the Lakes School of Writing courses.

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Review by: Elizabeth S Wells on April 17, 2012 :
The first thing I have ever read on the Kindle App on my laptop, this book was so enthralling, almost immediately the media was forgotten and I was able to step, imaginatively into an observation point just over the hero‘s left shoulder, as this created and totally believable future world took shape before me. The characters swept through their future world and took me on their journey with them, a real joyride. How did it end? I don’t want to introduce a “spoiler“, just to say “More please”.
(review of free book)

Review by: Marina Fontaine on March 13, 2012 :
This is a quick and enjoyable read, but not at all what I expected from the description. It's not action oriented, or particularly detailed in its sci-fi setup. It is, however, engaging and, in the end, unexpectedly sweet. Even, possibly (and I hope I'm not scaring any potential readers away with this description) inspirational. If I had to pinpoint a theme, it's about second chances and learning to appreciate what we have. If this sounds vague, well, it's a short story, so you just have to discover the plot by yourself:) I am hoping there will be more from this author involving these characters because there's definitely a lot more I' want to know and I'd love to spend more time with them.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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