Science Fiction Fantasy

Author: William C. Dietz

In a crumbling futuristic society, Earth is only a myth, the technological advances of centuries have faded into distant memory, and space travel depends on a fleet of run-down, unreliable ships. Only the brave—or foolhardy—undertake such risky journeys. The brave, the foolhardy—and the runners… Jak Rebo is one such runner, whose current job is to deliver a future religi….Read More

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