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Voyage: Embarkation #9 Nanogen

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Kal is ready to leave his strange home and is about to embark on a journey to even stranger worlds.

After four years of exile, he can finally escape into the metaxia, the unspace between universes, and explore alternate Earths.

Supremely advanced cultures and natural wonders of immeasurable beauty await him. However, there exist also worlds mired in social decay, and those f
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Published June 6th 2013 by Fuzzy Hedgehog Press
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Max Zaoui
May 18, 2013 Max Zaoui rated it it was amazing

I'll just tell you EXACTLY what I think about Zachary Bonelli's work here.

It's great.

And better each time.

To be perfectly honest with you, even though I liked his series from the start, it took a little time for me to warm up to his world(s), his characters and his way of putting everything together. It all started to click when he introduced Kal's virtual doppelganger Tria: to me, this marks the point when his writing reached the level of his intentions, when the result was satisfactory
Laura Greenwood
Nov 18, 2014 Laura Greenwood rated it really liked it
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Nanogen is episode 9 of the Voyage Embarkation Serial. I received a copy of Nanogen from the author in exchange for my review.

Kal and Tria find themselves walking through the abandoned streets of the planet Anysz, only for Kal to be arrested for committing an unknown crime. Once thrown into prison, it becomes apparent that the General in charge of the country that they are currently in, believes that Kal is responsible for the plague
Madison Keller
Feb 23, 2014 Madison Keller rated it really liked it
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While other episodes in the series have explored deep topics (like the previous episode, Benevolence), this episode takes it even further. This time Bonelli focuses on War.

Ansyz is a planet divided by war. The entire structure of society revolves around the military. When Kal arrives, he is immediately arrested and accused of trying to kill everyone with a virus. In order to prove his innocence, Kal must help them stop the plague before it can kill.

This episode is very moving, however the format
Matt Sayer
Dec 07, 2013 Matt Sayer rated it it was amazing
(Full disclosure: I was provided with a free copy of Voyage: Embarkation)

Falsely imprisoned for attempted genocide, Kal is stripped of his pad and thus denied his ability to flee through the metaxia. An entire world blames him for their month-short mortality, and if he can't find a cure, his own lifespan might be even shorter...

Corruption and conspiracy run rampant in the ninth chapter of the Voyage series. The lethality of mishandled technology and a glimpse at a mysterious new enemy make for a
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I grew up in a small town in northern Illinois, west of Chicago. After graduating high school, I dual majored in English Literature and German Language at a small, Midwestern liberal arts college. After undergrad, I turned my eyes towards exploration, and spent many years in Japan, Thailand and Hawaii.

Nowadays, I live with my partner near Seattle, Washington, where I work in the gaming industry.

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