Seeded

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Five years travelling faster than light in a colony transport goes slower than you think, but the credits are worth it. Captain Ona and her crew are ready to collect a tidy sum for delivering the Flock to Paradise. On the cusp of seeding the colony they encounter a force that will forever change them. This is what happens when science collides with fantasy. More
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About Benjamin Descovich

Benjamin Descovich is the founder of ethicalwriter.com and works everyday writing the seeds to grow a better future. He is a passionate environmentalist, social justice advocate and holds a degree in Political Science. Born in Australia and well travelled through Europe and Asia, he has been spoilt with inspiration for his fiction. While the dramatic landscapes, political intrigue and epic battles will captivate your imagination, the dragons and magic take your breath away.

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Reviews

James Jenkins reviewed on May 13, 2017

Not overly good, bad or original. I could kind of see where the cliff hanger was trying to point me, but the vision did not develop.
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Kris Meyer reviewed on Dec. 12, 2014

I thought this was pretty cool. A neat little sci-fi story with a good twist. I had already read Dragon Choir (really good!) and this story is actually about how that world was created. I really like the style of this writer and will be definitely checking out more of his work.
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Robert Zimmermann reviewed on Nov. 24, 2014

This story surprised me. I was reading most of it, enjoying it, yet wasn’t sure if it was going to strike me as something special. At first it seemed a simple “Here’s a crew on a ship with a mission. Something’s going to go wrong.” type story. And, yes, that’s what it is, but there was an element added toward the end that made the story a little less self-contained, a little better for me as a reader.

Even though I saw part of the ending coming, I wasn’t able to predict where the author raised the stakes and really grabbed me. It was a fun twist on a colonization theme.
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