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Short action-packed comic-book sci-fi fiction

  • Sep 26, 2013
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+2
Life is cheap in the far-future world of Rogue Hunter, Gaia #1. Hormonal impulses are the stuff of jokes as female protagonists conquer the opposition, only to fall prey to each other. Readers might wonder why a bounty hunter would sport “long golden hair” but hey, a girl needs her vanity. And the galaxy needs... something, but Zyra’s not too worried about that, as long as she gets paid.

The story ends abruptly at the end of an exciting battle sequence, reminiscent of Buck Rogers perhaps, or a first-person shoot-em-up computer game, leaving readers eager for more.

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"A fun sci-fi story...that's got all the classic elements."--Book Brouhaha

"This well written although short book by Kevis Hendrickson is easy to read and sparks interests for something different."--Fantasy Rider
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