Star Sails: Scot Free

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Scot Free is #2 in the Star Sails' series:

The SS Falcon limps along to the planet Venid. The builders or Venidren are at war with a malevolent species of aliens called the Draken. The Venidren have built powerful androids to fight for their freedom.

The Falcon is returning one of these androids back to the builders in the hopes that this small gesture... More

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About Sylynt Storme

Ever since I was a little kid I used to fly around my backyard pretending I was a Jedi Warrior or Federation Captain. When I say fly I mean run around pretending I was in a space ship.

Me and my friends used to take wooden rulers and paint and draw elaborate controls on them and these were our joysticks. We had X-wing fighters and USS star ships and we would spend hours exploring alien worlds and getting into dog fights. The good guys always won.

When I got a bit older I started to absorb everything I could about vampires, going through my own goth and vampire stage. I loved how cool they were and how they were sort of like super beings or demi-gods.

Not even werewolves could outfox vampires. These mysterious blood suckers were lurking around every dark corner of night, just waiting to pounce on unsuspecting victims.

And so now I write both science fiction and vampire horror stories because I still can't control my active imagination. I hope you enjoy my humble offerings. You can reach me at sylyntstorme at gmail dot com.

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Review by: Rai Aren & Tavius E. on Aug. 04, 2012 :
Excellent continuation of sci-fi short series

The story, Scot Free, further develops a fascinating android species and presents larger theories that I find very intriguing.

This new series is getting stronger as the world it unveils becomes more lush with philosophy and detail. The speed of events picks up as the crew we got to know in the last story, Dark Matter, finds themselves tumbling down the rabbit hole. Their mission is turning out nothing like they expected and the rules they learned to play by no longer apply. Moral ambiguity abounds. They are not in control of their circumstances and now must struggle to decide where they go from here. Far more advanced species are pulling the strings. The situations the human crew find themselves in are creepy and unsettling, leaving them to wonder who they can really trust.

I'm hooked!!

-Rai Aren
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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