Lead, Follow, or Suffer the Consequences

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Koen's been nothing but a screw up his whole career. He's gotten in trouble so many times and had fines added to his debt that he'll never make buyout. Assigned to a small ship as punishment for his misdeeds he suddenly finds himself the sole survivor of an unexpected attack.

This story takes place in a future where genetically modified animorphic beings do the jobs too dangerous for humans. More

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Words: 39,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465979148
About John Van Stry

I have always loved to read and to write stories; science fiction, fantasy, paranormal suspense, I enjoy all of it. Not all of my stories are in the same genre or even the same 'world', and I always have more than one project in the works, so it's never easy to predict which story will be finished next. Sometimes it depends on real life inspiration, other times just on a moment's inspiration. So if you're not sure if you'll like it, download the free sample and give it a try, I won't mind - promise!

As for me, well I've had a very varied life.
I grew up in New York, on Long Island. I went to school to become an Engineer, then joined the Air Force.
After that I worked first in Robotics, then in Aerospace as a Flight Test Engineer. I moved into the medical fields, then into more Technical markets working for a number of high tech companies where I became a Contractor.
I used to own, raise, and train big cats. I love motorcycles and old cars. I'm a pilot and former martial arts instructor. I'm a fan of the Reno Air Races.
Then there's the stuff I'm not supposed to talk about, but that's another story.
I've seen a lot of interesting stuff go by, met a lot of interesting, wonderful, strange, or sometimes just psychotic people. I've had the opportunity to work on some truly game changing technologies. And while I've had some very bad things happen to me in my life, I've never let it stop me.

Keep smiling.


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Review by: David Silver on Sep. 13, 2012 :
Adult without being graphic, the tale follows a feline facing violence and war in a largely non glamorous way. Not for children by any stretch. Story was generally smooth, but felt a little heavy at times.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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