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What The Sun Sees
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WHAT THE SUN SEES
Copyright © 2018 by Tami Veldura.
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WHAT THE SUN SEES/ Tami Veldura. -- 1st ed.
Dive into the world of Queenships, where a single big risk can change the universe.
Crane is a small power on a big stage with one critical asset: Central Warp Station. For a price, any family can warp to well-known star systems at the heart of the galaxy to harvest the hydrogen their Queenships need to fly. But Crane won’t stay small for long.
Catlali wants a big paycheck for the upcoming holiday, and Mx. Crane has just the job she’s looking for. An experimental box meant to capture unstable hydrogen in a volatile star system. The risk: mortal. The reward: monumental. Catlali is eager to fly.
File this mission under SNAFU.
What The Sun Sees
Early in her day-cycle, Catlali maneuvered her cargo ship neatly in line at Crane Central Warp Station. Her hold was full today, mostly of super-shielded mech exosuits that could tolerate the intense stellar winds common at her destination. The remainder had been packed with specialized holding tanks.