Hell's Child: The Log Entries of Jenny Terran

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Continuing the blog of Jenny Terran, a Starfleet cadet assigned to the USS Earhart, she arrives at the Academy for her first term. With new friends and foes to contend with, Jenny must prove that she is not the misfit she is maligned to be and with her first mission, she begins to learn who she really is ... More

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About A B Potts

Guilty as charged. I spent most of my childhood daydreaming in worlds inspired by the likes of Jules Verne, Gene Roddenberry and Ian Fleming. Further fuelled by TV programmes such as Doctor Who, The Professionals, The Man from UNCLE and Tomorrow’s World, it is only to be expected that my stories should be imaginative and futuristic with a hint of humour.

At school, whilst others were listening to and absorbing the cold, hard facts of the French Revolution, I was running amuck through the streets of France with the Scarlet Pimpernel saving the Dauphin from the evil clutches of ‘Les Citoyens’. Nowadays, I have a very dull job as a bookkeeper so I continue to daydream of intergalactic fire fights and car chases though the Stelvio Pass with various baddies attempting to machine gun me into oblivion...

... and so you see, I'm off on my travels again. It really is that easy for me to be transported to these other worlds. Places I now want to share with others. I just hope you get as much enjoyment from my stories as I have.

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Review by: Bobb B on July 18, 2016 :
Pleased to find the second part to be written as well as the first.
Character development well done, captivating story, again a must read.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Review by: Stormswift on July 5, 2016 :
Jenny Terran's first term at Starfleet Academy has begun. She clears the air with her nemesis Rutter (assigned as her mentor in the first novel as a punishment for both of them), and settles in to her studies.

Her path is not all smooth sailing (or starship piloting) as egged on by her crazy inner voice, she challenges an 8 foot tall Klingon warrior to a fight.

Aboard the Earhart (the spaceship version of the Marie Celeste), Jenny ends up in another dimension, helping to fight for the freedom of an idyllic planet inaptly called Hell.

This book clears up part of the mystery of how baby Jenny ended up on an abandoned spacecraft.

Enjoyable, well written fan-fiction read for anyone who avidly watched any of the Star Trek series.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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