A books podcast from David Collins-Rivera
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Ejoq needs work. The tramp starship Grizzelda needs a gunner. But what starts as a last-minute personnel replacement soon turns into something far more, with a non-functional duty station, his predecessor’s emotional fallout, and a deeply buried secret that will change the course of nations.
Through a dark odyssey across a violent, frozen world, and a haze of lies and shadowy clues, Ejoq will face frenzied zealots, frightened elitists, and dangerous mercenaries on an unknown mission.
Revolution, intrigue, and battles among the stars…
Better take a deep breath!
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