Seven Hundred and Thirty-two stories. Two anthologies.
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T'reka just wanted to learn. Unfortunately for her, her entire species
views scientific thinking as a form of insanity. And when she wants to
learn all about the various venomous, poisonous, and outright deadly
life forms on a land mass named Toxic Island, you can almost see why.
Little did she know that when she committed her life to the study of
this strange and hostile land, there was already a colony of monsters
setting up housekeeping. Now she’s face-to-face
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A minimum of three hundred and sixty-five stories per anthology.
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Sahra Johnston started as the lowest class of slave. Then at six, she
accidentally joined the rebellion against her masters and gave her new
allies more than a few nefarious ideas. By the age of nine, she’d turned
five systems on their heads and faced down people who could literally eat her alive. And now she’s toe-to-toe against the united forces of the
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Things are not going well for the Rebellion. Their leading strategical
genius is missing, presumed dead. Complete with a tearful farewell.
Enemy forces herded her into certain death. Their only hope is to
continue trying the tricks she taught them, and praying for salvation.
But the Majestrix -may she die a million excruciating deaths- is lording
her small victory over her political rivals. And when a message comes to the Rebellion from an enemy listening post that isn’t a listening
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Sahra was on the opposite side of the station to Ore Processing when it
blew up. For a tunnel rat and a slave, this means nothing but trouble.
But for Sahra, that’s just the beginning.
Her people need a Saviour
to lead them to freedom, but no such person dare volunteer with the
Masters’ guns ready to fire at all times. What harm could there be in
doing a few things to help the Saviour finally turn up?