Cargo 3120 Ties that Bind Part 2

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Following the disastrous job on Titan, Marcus finds himself the target of a powerful assassin and a vindictive politician with a dark agenda. More

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About Aaron Walker, Sr

After serving in the United States Army, Aaron Walker Sr. attended Westwood College where he graduated with honors, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Game Software Development. Having aspirations of becoming a television writer, Aaron also learned the art of screenwriting from Emmy nominated writer, producer and Science Fiction guru: Larry Brody (Star Trek TNG, Star Trek Voyager, HBO’s Spawn the Animated Series). Aaron’s first teleplay: CARGO (upon which the novella: Cargo 3120 Ties that Bind Part 1 is based), placed as a finalist in the 2012 People’s Pilot competition. The following year the pilot episode of Cargo would once again, along with Episode 2 (co-written with Daymond C. Roman) place as finalists in the 2013 People’s Pilot competition. With the positive reception of the series concept, the decision was made to tell the story of Cargo in other mediums, starting with a series of novellas. Having been a fan of Science Fiction his entire life, Aaron hopes to one day make his mark on the genre.

Aside from writing, Aaron is (first and foremost) a devoted Christian and family man. He also enjoys all things science fiction: Books, Television, Video Games, and Movies. He works in Information Technology and lives in California.

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Margo H reviewed on June 9, 2018

Please tell me there is more to come! Awesome follow up to Cargo 3120 Ties that Bind Part 1. We get to follow the main protagonist after he is captured during a covert mission gone bad…sabotaged by a close teammate. I was kept on the edge of my seat, not knowing what was going to transpire in the story. I became so engrossed in my reading that I missed the train stop during my commute! As the story came to a close, all I could say was; “Oh no the author didn’t!”

Mr. Walker, please tell me there is more to come!
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)
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