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Wanderer's Escape - Simon Goodson

Wanderer's Escape

Author Simon Goodson

  • Published: 2013-06-21
  • Category: Science Fiction
4.5 Stars
4.5
From 29 Customers Review
Price: $1.99

Description

An ancient starship. A young slave. Together they‘ll save the universe… or destroy it.

Jess has been a prisoner all his short life. On the day he’s ordered to clear the traps on a mothballed starship he realises he’s going to die a prisoner. The ship, and others like it, have already claimed hundreds of lives.

When the ship comes to life at his touch Jess snatches the chance to live and begins a frantic flight to freedom. But the Wanderer is no ordinary ship. After centuries lying dormant, Jess’s touch brings it back to consciousness. The Wanderer bonds with Jess, giving him incredible power… but at a higher cost than he could possibly imagine.

Jess finds himself loose in a brutal universe with the Empire, pirates, slavers and worse hunting him so they can control the Wanderer. Yet beyond those challenges waits a far greater danger that will threaten the entire universe if it isn’t challenged. Will Jess and the Wanderer be enough to defeat the threat?

“This novel is a brilliant example of the perfect sci-fi/space opera. Hard edged, but soft hearted, the bond between the ancient ship, Wanderer, and Jess is beautiful.” Cheryl Mackey, Author.

Will Jess and the Wanderer manage to stay free? And if they do, just where will their journey take them? Find out for yourself – buy Wanderer’s Escape today and follow Jess and the Wanderer on their incredible journey!

Praise for Wanderer’s Escape, the first in the five-book Wanderer’s Odyssey series…

“Reading this book, and the two sequels took me back to my teen years, reading Lucky Starr, Isaac Asimov and so many other great adventures.” Richard Bequette, Review.

“Just finished book two and I'm going to start book three tonight. This is turning out to be a great series.” Far left Texas, Review.

“...a rollicking adventure of freedom, friendship, betrayal, space battles, rescues, love, and growth.” graycat98, Review.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Enjoyable

    5
    From Kerf NTK
    It was a good read. Only a couple short bad spots imo. Unfortunately writers don’t warn you when they add conversations about sexuality that regular people aren’t into. The rest was definitely worth reading.