Last Flight For Craggy

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2095. Freighter Captain Dixon Cragg was unhappy at the prospect of having to take early retirement at only eighty four. But times were changing and he had to play his part. Earth was dying, Moon was the main trading post between them and Mars. The prospect of working as a toilet cleaner seemed all that was left for Cragg. But events were unfolding that were to change the course of history for ever More
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Words: 80,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301509959
About Gary Weston

Hello again. As you know, I'm always up to something new. For now I'm on a space opera serial, called Davron. Just my usual bit of fun. Good guys, bad guys, and aliens who could be either or. It will probably be in about 5 or 6 parts, about 10,000 words each. Three parts out already and more to come. It is FREE for the series, then I'll probably make a single book out of it, if it has proved popular. We shall see.
I've also been adding some of my short stories and novellas to a site called booktrack.com.
http://cdn.booktrack.com/studio/index.html#!/bookshelf


And what is this about, Gary? I hear you ask. Well. Imagine ebooks with sound effects. Background music, ambiance, and sound effects like doors slamming, or cars driving off. It could be the next best thing. Some of my little horrors are proving popular on there, such as Character Stains. Think it's a little bit radical? Go check it out. There are some classics on there, such as Sherlock Holmes, etc. It is all FREE at the moment.
I have also created 10 audiobooks by narrating my ebooks. Some, like the All Mixed Up series, have several stories in one book. 1 to 4 and 5 to 8. If you would like to "Hear" Detective Senior Morris and the team tell the stories you'll find hyperlinks in the ebooks to take you straight there. Other audiobooks are Last Flight For Craggy. The Amazing Abbey Jones, Starlight Army and many others all at distribly.com. They are in MP4B format, ok for apple and others smart phone devices and free samples are available to try out. A free version of Starlight Army is available for a short time. Hope you like them. Gary

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Review by: Mark Schultz on Oct. 06, 2013 :
What a fun read! I really enjoyed "The Last Flight of Craggy" . The plot twists were quite entertaining. The only thing that marred my enjoyment was the spelling errors. If I could be of any service to the author i would love to hear from him.
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Review by: Anna Scott Graham on April 27, 2013 :
A rollicking space adventure is blended with an honest view of what could be our planet's future. Well-detailed and at times poignant, Gary Weston deftly paces the tension, as well as the humor, creating endearing characters alongside an intriguing plot. If you've enjoyed Gary's previous books, you are in for a treat, and I'm hoping to soon read more of Craggy, Dawn, and the rest.
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Review by: Claude Jones on April 21, 2013 :
Mr. Weston weaves a fine tale with Last Flight for Craggy. The begins well into the future, with viable but somewhat dependent colonies on both the moon and Mars. Earth supplies both with manufactured machinery, while Mars trades with mined raw minerals. The colonies watch as Earth all but destroys its self in the hydrogen war. The is Earth is slowing dying, as famine and desease take its toll. Of course the politicans, always the problem and never part of any solution, are safe in sealed mountain enclaves are not done. In their last insane gasp to destroy the other side, they both succeed. Now without any more assistance from Earth, the colonies must find a way to join, to increase their odds for survival. I don't want to give away any more of the story in this review. Yes, they find a way and yes they do indirectly encounter advanced alien civilation, previously on Mars. More the better, Mr. Weston uses good character development. Their interaction with themselves and their envoirement makes for a through and enjoyable read. As a huge fan of Mars science fiction, I can heartily recomend it.
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