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Between Points of Light

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After years of uninspiring findings, Harlon's position on a survey ship has lost its appeal. Vaulting to unseen star systems to investigate their potential for mining and terraforming sounds exciting in theory, but in practice it's just another corporate job. His life outside of work isn't much better.

When the crew's astrobiologist quits, Harlon arrives for his mission to
Published May 29th 2019 by Less Than Three Press LLC
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3.5 Sci-Fi Hearts

For space loving readers of MM romance!

As per the blurb, Harlon is a lot jaded, seemingly stuck in his static life of work and solitary play that he doesn’t see a way out of it. Harlon is employed by big corporate and is in a constant cycle of going out into the vast reaches of space to discover viable planets. This sounds fabulously interesting and adventurous but in reality, quite mundane, and Harlon finds very little in his life that is professionally, or personally, fulfilli
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Jul 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
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4 stars

It’s the small touches in this story that sell it. The casual mention of a planet’s orbital cycle or the way cars slide into place, driverless and silent, gives us just enough of a glimpse of an almost Star Treckian future without bombarding us with descriptions. And yet, even with all the mentions of labs, probes, and drones, it’s the characters who are the main focus of the story.

Harlon is getting close to middle age, hovering closer to 40 than 20. Even though hum
Jul 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this story. The characters had a lot of personality, and the conflicts that they had were super reasonable--they seemed realistic and well-grounded, in that the ways the characters fucked up were ways I have known real people (including myself!) to fuck up. I also really appreciated a lot of the autistic-coded-ness of Dexter, the love interest. "Socially awkward" characters are often just terrible people or awful caricatures; it's nice to have representation with a character tha ...more
** 3.75 Stars **

I wish it were longer!
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Content warnings: Mild danger; explicit sexual content.
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Lore Graham is a queer author who lives in Massachusetts. Ze writes sci fi and fantasy romance, poetry, and rpg settings.

Lore is passionate about spectacular worlds and queer characters.

Outside of writing, Lore enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time with zir cat.

Lore's poetry has been published in Strange Horizons and Liminality.

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