CNSEV Tormalinas, Lost

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Newly promoted Major Amy Porter of the Commonwealth of Nations is the senior ranking Portal Navigator onboard the CNSEV Tormalinas. Portal Navigators, always women, are known for their high intelligence, high emotional control, high imagination, and most of all for being able to survive in the deepest darkest holes of space without losing their minds. More
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About Van Allen

Van Allen Fiction by Screaming Weasel Productions is my latest work. I'm a former Captain in the US Marines who now writes thrillers and futuristic adventures, including stories with conspiracy theories, alien invasions, space wars, and of course the zombie apocalypse. In my 21-year military career, I developed expertise in both combat training early on and then criminal investigations later on. While in the Marines, I completed a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University and a Masters in Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Originally from Houston, Texas and currently residing in Frisco, Texas, I fancy myself a secret physics, statistics, and data nerd. I'm also known today for being a part-time tennis strategy and coaching genius…by my kids…sometimes.

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Review by: Jacqueline J. King on Oct. 19, 2016 :
This is a very entertaining short SciFi story. I loved how the writer said this story would work very well as a read aloud multi-person play or read-along. It did!!! Makes me want to read more of his books based on this.
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Review by: Umbeli Mustafa on Sep. 1, 2016 :
Loved this book (short story) and I am understanding his use of the word "bleep" in the future as a swear word. In my own language American swear words do not translate very complete. Hope to read more about portal navigators soon. I am big fan of this author Mr. Van Allen.
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Review by: R. McCullough on May 7, 2016 :
Overall a rather unique telling. I found the beginning to be somewhat dry and a bit difficult to fellow but still an intriguing concept. The technical aspects were occasionally, ok - to me, distracting from an otherwise excellent story. I would suggest less use of the word bleep in place of actual profanity word. Several places the use of bleep and bleeping completely confused the flow of reading.
As I 'said' previously, overall, this is a unique story and I can almost see what weird things a sequel might entail - …
PS - thanks as Bugs gave me on idea for describing the meat being cooked by the characters in my sequel (it looks like a cross between an octopus and a giant tick).
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