Seventy

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After his home planet is destroyed Jeff Koenig is given the thankless task of settling a newly terraformed planet, a job that would be much easier of pessimistic Dr. Bella Lawson wasn't predicting the imminent destruction of the planet.

The new colony will be out of contact with the rest of humanity for only seventy days, and by Day 1, everything has gone wrong. More
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Published: March 08, 2012
Words: 6,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476213613
About Liana Brooks

Liana Brooks was born in San Diego, California. Years later she was disappointed to learn that The Shire was not some place she could move to, nor was Rider of Rohan an acceptable career choice. Studying marine biology so she could play with sharks seemed to be the only alternative. After college Liana settled down to work as a full-time author and mother because logical career progression is something that happens to other people. When she grows up, Liana wants to be an Evil Overlord and take over the world.

In the meantime, she writes sci-fi and SFR in between trips to the beach. She can be found wearing colorful socks on the Emerald Coast, or online at www.lianabrooks.com.

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Reviews

Review by: Adam McCullough on Aug. 19, 2012 : star star star star star
I agree with the previous reviewer. I would like to see this story expanded into a full novel.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jamie Heppner on June 05, 2012 : star star star star star
The title says it all; this story is out of this world. Literally... In the space of a few pages Liana manages to bring you on a trip into a world where politics mix with space travel, and just like our own world, when the government gets their hands on something, it usually goes poorly.

Add in a dash of danger, terraforming, volcanoes and a little love, and you get a great read.

This story is a short, so be prepared for a couple unanswered questions, but perhaps one day Liana will consider taking this world to new heights, and more pages!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jamie Heppner on April 30, 2012 : star star star star star
Read this little ditty in a single sitting. The idea is geat and the work was very well written. It is short, but I believe that is the idea. I can see this work being expanded some day into a much larger, and much more detailed work.
I highly recommend reading this, and any other work by Liana Brooks. Her work is top knotch and always engaging.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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