Trade Havok

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The Corsari's next mission - arbitrating a trade agreement between the dwarven world of Hallowforge and the elven world of Andriennein - is simple enough that Rylae is put in charge of running it. She's looking forward to her time as 'temporary Captain'.

When the body count goes up, Rylae realizes the trade meeting isn't as simple as she was prepared for. More
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About S T Xavier

S T Xavier is a new writer whose desire to combine his favorite things - stories, magic, spaceships, and the voices in his head - has coalesced into his first novels in the sci-fi/fantasy realm. His characters have a story to tell, and he’s obligated to tell it until that contract with the red horned guy expires. He is a practicing computer geek, avid collector of fantasy art, amateur player of decent video games, and voracious devourer of stories. He currently lives in Charleston, SC with his three cats and the numerous voices that occasionally let him sleep.

About the Series: The Ugly Dirt Box Universe
The "Ugly Dirt Box" is the affectionate nickname for magic-powered starships created by the United Corps of Starfield Travelers (UCST). The UCST, based on Terra, uses many Ugly Dirt Boxes to manage message delivery, trade, and diplomatic connections between the many worlds inhabited by elves, dwarves, goblins, and other races.

When a ship is docked on-world, it looks a lot like someone built a fifth-century dwarven feasting hall in the middle of a bunch of modern government buildings and warehouses, but with less character than an actual feasting hall.

The Ugly Dirt Box Universe is 'modernized fantasy' - a 'magitech' environment created when a standard high-fantasy realm of magic-using creatures reached a technological breakthrough, causing the organic development of magic-based technology to allow them to travel the starfield. After ten thousand years of development, many worlds are inhabited, many different types of technology have been invented, and millions of folk live in individual variants of 'peace and prosperity' (meaning there are still lots of fights).

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Reviews

Review by: James Jenkins on Oct. 3, 2018 :
A story much like the last, but a bit different. I enjoyed it.

Finishes in a good place. I would read more in this universe if published.

Thank you.
(review of free book)
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