Mountains of gems? Nanotech warfare? Brain data implants? Biologist Pia Lamotte just wants a strong espresso and a tent under the stars, but fate has bigger plans. Download this smart and sexy near future space opera now!Available on Kindle Unlimited.Pia is a stunning woman, whose genius is sought after by the handful of Multinational corporations left fighting for control over the ravaged Earth of 2056. As rampant starvation and climate destruction sweep across the planet, a final war seems inevitable both on Earth and in the Lunar Colonies. Rebel groups use cyberwarfare and brain network attacks in a seemingly futile attempt to stop the Multinats.Now Natocorps has a daring plan for how to become the sole surviving global power, but should they be helped or stopped?The dwarf planet Ceres is the largest object in the asteroid belt, and there promises to be untold riches for the first to colonize and mine it. However, what they discover there may change the human race itself.Thrills, danger, love, wonder, humor, and intrigue are hiding around every corner of this one hour short read. It’s 30% hard science fiction, 30% dystopian, 30% space opera, 10% love story, and 100% addictive! Fans of The Expanse, Firefly, Asimov, or Arthur C. Clarke’s Rama series will feel right at home. Pia is a reluctant but strong female lead who must learn to make peace with her past as she shapes the future of humanity. So what are you waiting for? Jump into the exciting world of Mission Cerex today!Enjoy the following excerpts:#1“Holographic copy,” Zee explained patiently, “simple enough process, they must have taken a 3D shot of your place after picking you up. Then they upload the design into the building’s computer and print out the appropriate pieces here. I guess it’s supposed to be comforting, but I always found it a bit corny.”“It’s creepy as hell, that’s what it is,” she decided. Everything was wrong, not by much, but by the only parts that mattered. Each object had been replicated nearly to perfection, but still; the rug had none of the smell of Earth walked into it over months of pacing, the table was too smooth to have come from any real tree, and the floor was stubbornly free of the creaking that sang to her when the winds picked up strength.#2Pia took a deep breath and lay down on her bed, where the twins had put down a clean grey towel. One held her head still while the other put the cold metal tip of a hollow syringe at an angle up against her temple. Numbing agents preceded the actual injection, but she still felt its ice cold touch as the implant entered her skin and began turning slightly as its programming oriented it into the correct position flush against the artery.Then she heard it. ‘Beginning install protocol,’ the words came through as distant and sterile, but at the same time distinctly from her own mind, as if she was the one thinking them. ‘Scanning process complete, initiating safety limits…complete.’Pia finally opened her eyes and relaxed her body which had contorted itself in fear on the bed. The twins were looking down upon her, their lips curled up in amused grins.“My brain just asked me how it might help me today,” Pia said in a daze.#3To say this was a cutting edge setup would be selling it short. This was more than that, it was downright futuristic. The Spine housed all the main electrical and mechanical hardware, and it was encased in high strength sheathing at the center of a ten meter wide corridor running over a hundred fifty meters along the length of Cerex.Rows of multispectrum LED lights blanketed the Spine, delivering precise ratios of light to every segment of the ship. As Pia climbed up out of the hatch, it was as if she were coming up from underground in the middle of a forest. Ferns and flowers of numerous types stretched out around her, all reaching towards the spinelight.
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