The Rescue of the Galactic Empress (Edited for All Readers) : "What's It Gonna Be, Captain?"
"The Rescue of the Galactic Empress (Edited for content, PG-13 for all readers) The USS Constitution goes on a rescue voyage to find the USS Galactic Empress that has gone missing. It vanished in a puff of mysterious blue Nebula, one not shown on any map. There are clues to this vanishing act, and its up to the talented crew of the Constitution to sort them out. A visitor to the ship, one mysterious and very beautiful Lylith La Marchand, provides an intriguing twist. She has the second of the twin cubes, the Elysium cube and she intends to bring it together with its twin, the Lament Cube, which has gone missing and has just been found in a strange place. This will cause them to annihilate themselves forever. She intends to destroy them by forcing them together explosively in deep space. But during the night time, the lonely and preternatural Lylith, for she is a revenant, a long dead Vampyre, goes romping through the unsuspecting consciousnesses of two young crew members, and incites them to have some romantic fantasies in their sleep, perhaps enticing them to become friends or even lovers permanently. Lylith knows that this is her last chance of fun in this life. Because when she sets off the two cubes, she too will vanish when they are destroyed, and then the sickening secrets of the mysterious blue Nebula will be revealed.
- Paperback | 100 pages
- 129 x 198 x 5mm | 104g
- 26 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
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About Whitney Lee Preston
Whitney Lee Preston is a long-time actor with the Renaissance Faires, and a game master at DunDraCon, one of the largest SciFi Cponventions in the world. Tis saga of deep space adventure is derived from the games he presents and runs every year there. N./M. Reed compiles h is notes and voice recordings from the games into stories that will excite and thrill. These games and stories combine the elements of Star-Trek-like stories and Mythos elements into intrigue and unusual circumstances. Preston and Reed are married life-partners, both engaged in art, theater, and the telling of tales and publishing books.