Blink: 3003 (Book 1)

Blink: 3003 (Book 1)

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Jamie Harris By words_are_weapons Completed

3003 AD: the human race makes a breakthrough in interstellar travel like nothing ever seen. A tiny fraction of the population, one in a million - one in a billion - develop the innate capacity to vanish from existence. With training they can will themselves to reassemble in any known location. 

Over the years scientists find a way to spot these genetic accidents, these remarkable people, and gather them into the Biological Interstellar Navigation Korp, otherwise known as: BLINK.

Young men and women, gifted with something astonishing, now shoulder the unenviable burden of confronting the worst dangers of colonial space. They are the first line of defence, able to transmute themselves - travel instantaneously - to anywhere they are needed. So when an outpost on the edge of populated space sends out a scream for help, it is up to the members of Blink to respond.

But something is stirring out in the darkness of space, something that views the Blink operatives and their abilities through murderous eyes.

[A FEATURED WATTPAD SCIENCE FICTION STORY]

MASSIVE thanks to zuko_42 for the new and improved cover graphic. :)

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DSerpa23 DSerpa23 Jan 05
This is better than a Star Wars movie!
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              Sorry for the hardcore fans.
dharmon204 dharmon204 Oct 26, 2017
Entire story hangs on the rarity of the blink “attributes”. Seems a civilization as advanced as this one is should also have the capacity to control the genetics and expression of this ability? Just saying.
DSerpa23 DSerpa23 Dec 28, 2017
Oh my God! This book is amazing and in the SECOND PARAGRAPH?! This book promises to be the best science fiction I've read so far!
Livelife369 Livelife369 Sep 15, 2017
So do they still consider themselves human even if they are from another planet ?🌍
HanYolos HanYolos Sep 18, 2017
A tenth of a percent is still one in one thousand, so it's actually not  that rare.
*sigh* those amazingly lucky people who ace everything and anything without even trying! Wish I was one of them.