Naero's Run

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
2595: Ten years after The Fourth Spacer War with the rival GigaCorps. Naero Amashin Maeris works in her Clan's merchant fleet, dreaming of her own ship and developing psyonic powers without going nuts. After tragedy strikes her Clan in the Unknown Regions, enemy agents stalk her, believing she holds the key to secrets priceless and deadly: lost tek data from an ancient, godlike alien race. More
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About Mason Elliott

Mason Elliott is a devoted author of several SF & Fantasy short stories and novels. A true maven, fan, and devotee of his craft, he spent many years enjoying the SF convention scene.

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Bill Watson reviewed on on Aug. 15, 2019

A great read, I enjoyed every minute of reading. Imaginative,full of twists and turns, the action is non stop,very hard to stop reading.
(review of free book)
Anthony Buoscio reviewed on on Nov. 7, 2016

Wonderful Read!!!
Mason Elliott has created a story that is fantastic. A very easy novel to read filled with action and suspense. It was very difficult to put down. Looking forward to reading the next book.
(review of free book)
RetiredSaint reviewed on on Feb. 21, 2016

GREAT SPACE OPERA – Highly recommended. This one was hard to put down. Lots of action and a thought provoking plot – will Naero get her powers back and if so what will they develop into. And what has happened to Om and what exactly is Om? Mason Elliott has taken Taylor Caldwell’s “Captains and the Kings” into space with the “Corps” domination of space and treatment of their “employees(??)”. After almost 40 years of working for large corporations – I can relate.
(review of free book)
Gerald M. Weinberg reviewed on on April 30, 2013

It was with some trepidation that I began to read Naero's Run. It is well and truly a space opera, and over the years, I've become more demanding of space operas. They're like the little girl with the curl: When they're good, they're very very good, but when they're bad, they're horrid.

Well, much to my delight, Naero's Run is one of the good ones. It has all the usual fantastic tech, plus some original stuff to spice up a fast-moving story. To top it off, I fell in love with Naero, as she made her run to save the galaxy from unspeakable tyrants.

It's pure entertainment, and that's exactly what I want my space opera's to be. As a bonus, the story raises some important philosophical questions, but doesn't slow down a bit for them. If you're a fan, you'll be pleased you read Naero's Run.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
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