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Time Walker [6]

Doctor Hughes cornered Captain Kendall in the officers’ mess. “You owe me an explanation.” “Oh? For what?” Captain Kendall poured a cup of coffee and grabbed a sandwich from the lunch bar. “How do they do it? Time travel, I … Continue reading

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Time Walker [5]

Wren was startled awake by the sound of labored heavy breathing. The cracking noise of the nanite lattice collapsing made her jump. Her patient was waking up. She gently picked away the broken shell that had covered her patient revealing … Continue reading

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Time Walker [4]

The information Arkyn had time-locked opened at precisely 3500 Delta 10 Galactic Standard Time. It was sent directly to the Maritime Interplanetary Court, which oversaw all matters related to interplanetary travel and commerce. Acts of piracy fell under their jurisdiction … Continue reading

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Time Walker [3]

The Chief Medical Officer on the UEDF Antilles supervised the opening of the lifeboat from the OECV Horizon Star. The pod had run out of breathable atmosphere when it was finally retrieved and there would be no way to judge … Continue reading

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Time Walker [2]

The UEDF cruiser Antilles was the first military vessel to arrive at the scene of the destruction of the OECV Horizon Star. The vessel responsible for the Horizon Star’s destruction had been chased off by the Antilles arrival. After scanning … Continue reading

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Time Walker [1]

Looking out from the ship’s observation lounge at the planet below, Arkyn could feel the vibrations from the time shift ebbing. In a few hours the ship would be destroyed with only a single survivor. She needed to know if … Continue reading

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Kingdom in the Clouds

Charles shifted the sails on the solar yacht as he approached the château. He had been gone a long time and wondered if his family would even recognize him. The bald-faced boy now wore a full beard and stood a … Continue reading

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