Press Any Key To Destroy The Galaxy

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Iain M. Banks' Culture meets Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy in this funny romp through the cosmos. More

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About George Saoulidis

Writer/Director. I enjoy taking ancient Greek myths and turning them into modern sci-fi spooky versions. I also like to write romantic comedies, and people seem to go "Awww!" over them, so why not?
Many of my stories are icky, in various ways. I’m European, we have a higher tolerance for that kind of stuff. Plus, I’m inspired by mythology and Shakespeare, so if you can’t handle tragedy and bodily fluids, feel free to move on.
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Press Any Key To Destroy The Galaxy
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About the Series: Antigravel
What did you think was the biggest hurdle for man to explore the empty reaches of space? Faster than light travel? Interstellar navigation? Time dilation?

Puh. We beat all that by sheer force of will.


It was micrometeoroids.


Fucking space rocks.

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About the Series: Press Any Key
Death. Destruction. At the touch of a button. These zany disaster stories all share a common thread: Someone pushed the damn button.

In honor of Stanislav Petrov, the man who didn't press the nuclear counterstrike button in 1983 and that's why we're all still here.

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Review by: Eogon on March 14, 2016 :
Well written ,I found the ending a bit weak,will certainly have a look at the Authors other titles,if your into sci-fi have a read..
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Review by: Mary Blackwell on March 13, 2016 :
This is probably the first short scifi story I have read in years and I liked the fact we were introduced to a new universe, culture, ongoing war and creatures. I especially liked the fact a lot was left to the imagination and yet there were explanations that seemed scientific in the way of the great stories from last century.

The twist at the end was stupendous and I had to read it twice to wring as much as I could out of it.
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