Lightwave: Circini Search

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Lightwave Publishing LLC, Jul 1, 2019 - Fiction - 398 pages

Snatching defeat from the jaws of victory

Saree is trapped. On the verge of destruction, Hal sacrificed himself so Saree could escape on Lightwave. Then the ransom demand for her best friend Nari arrives and Saree hesitates. The best way for Hal to find Saree—when he escapes—is staying on schedule, onboard Lightwave. But saving Nari from Lightwave’s old enemy means taking crazy risks and tossing all their careful plans into the vacuum.

When a Gov Human military rescue team arrives, they seem like the perfect answer. But Lightwave’s crew and the rescue team immediately clash, fighting for control. Saree seizes command, forcing them to work together, but her lack of experience and incompetence alienates everyone. As the ancient adage says, “Bad leaders with good intentions fold into black holes.” Can Saree and Lightwave’s crew survive to rescue Nari and Hal, or will freedom tick away forever? Find out in Lightwave: Circini Search today!

 

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Contents

Title Page
Chapter
Chapter Three
Chapter Five
Chapter
Chapter Eight
Chapter
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Copyright

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About the author (2019)

After twenty years as a US Air Force space operations officer, AM now operates a laptop, trading in real satellites for fictional spaceships in the Folding Space Series, starting with Lightwave: Clocker. A short story can be found in The Expanding Universe 5. AM is also a volunteer leader with Team Rubicon, a disaster response organization.


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