Starlight Brigade: Starlight Century Episode One

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Three centuries after first contact, the squids own almost everything. I'malar commands the senate and supplies the lifeblood of Terrace ships with Phantom Drives, a benevolent gesture to smother a quiet unrest building within the Galactic Union. Striving for economic independence, backers fund the manufacture of a technology that, if used properly, would challenge I'malar's hold on humanity.
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About Brett P. S.

Brett Sawyer (1986), born in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, is an indie author who writes short stories & novellas, from science fiction to heroes. He graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s in education and currently teaches game design at Lake Land College.

Short Change arrived at retailers in November of 2014, the start of a hero series where ordinary people gained powers over oddly specific domains, following the story of a shorter than average hero who can telekinetically manipulate small units of currency.

Short Change is free on “smashwords.com/profile/view/BrettPS” and Barnes & Noble along with other samples and short fiction.

Brett’s popular releases in science fiction include “Dark Station” and “Tales from the Colony: An Interstellar Saga.” Dark Station is a deep space thriller set aboard an abandoned orbital science station where Ben Gebbley and his crew secretly investigate the disappearance of the original staff before others come to claim the lost assets.

About the Series: Starlight Century
Three centuries after first contact, the squids own almost everything. I'malar commands the senate and supplies the lifeblood of Terrace ships with Phantom Drives, a benevolent gesture to smother a quiet unrest building within the Galactic Union. Striving for economic independence, backers fund the manufacture of a technology that, if used properly, would challenge I'malar's hold on humanity

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James Jenkins reviewed on on Jan. 12, 2019

I did not get far into this one before putting it down. The flow is choppy and the story line didn't come together.
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