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Attack of the Hazacks: An Erebus Rangers Short Story

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Restricted to a planet that forbids technology, and contracted to marry someone not of her choosing, eighteen-year-old Hannah resents her bleak future. But when her parents are killed, and her younger brother is critically injured by a Hazack, an engineered fighting beast, she realizes only the present matters. Saving her brother requires confronting the antitech colonists ...more
ebook, 38 pages
Published November 10th 2017 by Quasar Press
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I read this story as a beta reader and loved it. I told her from the first chapter that she should make this a series, and maybe someday she'll listen! Until then, read it and check it out! ...more
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