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STAR MISSIONS – Mission One: Part I & II – The Swarm & Precanus System

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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155 page novella based on Star Missions Adventures.

Part I – THE SWARM starts out with the discovery of an abandoned shuttle drifting near Hydra’s moon Tibna. An alien bug is found on board and Terra’s scientists attempt to keep it alive. That turns out to be a mistake. As Terrans deal with a potential disaster, the Governor is betrayed and life on Hydra is threatened. As ships evacuate the chaos, there is another mysterious discovery found floating in space… the mystery begins and sets the stage for the next part of this mystery… taking us to a mysterious place.

Part II – The Precanus System – With the threat of an impending invasion, Blue-Ray leads a recon team to the Precanus system. There things turn south and Blue-Ray is forced to flee to “The Food Planet”. What he finds there is more than he bargained for.

Follow the adventures of Blue-ray, Hawkins, Governor Belter, Colonel Hand and a great cast of characters, Terran and Alien alike as they strive to survive beyond the “Angel’s Gate” in the Strolla System and beyond.

Mission One, Parts I & II, is over 40,000 words and 2/5 part NOVEL (That will be over 300 pages and close to 100,000 words).  Not only is it an introduction to many of the main Star Missions characters, it is a pivotal moment in the Star Missions universe.  Star Missions Comic Book #1 &  #2 is based on this novella.


2 reviews for STAR MISSIONS – Mission One: Part I & II – The Swarm & Precanus System

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    sylverfoley (verified owner)

    I just bought this novella the other day and couldn’t put it down. It’s fast-paced, full of surprises, and the POV switches are done perfectly. Characters are well-developed, so there’s no chance of getting them mixed up, and Mary Sue’s are avoided.

    I’ll be reading updates as soon as they are available, and recommending this to all Sci-Fi fans that I know!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    The novella version takes the comic book story (part of the 1st issue and part of the second issue) into the further depth and insight without sacrificing any of the twistiness, action and drama that the comic book excelled in.

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