Fringe Runner

Fringe Runner

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Rachel Aukes By RachelAukes Completed

The first novel in a new space adventure series!
After the colonization of Mars and Europa, it took us fewer than five generations to reach beyond our solar system and discover new planets capable of supporting human life. Too far away to be governed under Earth law, the Collective was formed. Several hundred years later, the Collective has expanded to a thriving system of six inhabited worlds, but power struggles are common, and a seemingly inevitable interplanetary war looms on the horizon. It's nearly impossible for the working class to make ends meet. 

Aramis Reyne is one of the working class. An old space captain hounded by arthritis and war memories, he struggles to make enough credits to feed his crew and keep his ship flying by running mail and supplies to the farthest, most dangerous reaches of the Collective known as the fringe. When he's offered a no-questions-asked contract to pick up a package, he jumps at the opportunity. But, he quickly learns that he should've asked questions...and that there are far worse things in the Collective than being broke.

  • colonies
  • galactic
  • intergalactic
  • rebellion
  • sciencefiction
  • space
  • spacecraft
  • spaceopera
  • spaceship
  • starwars
  • underdog
  • war
plusmoo plusmoo Mar 13, 2017
Yesss finally I've found a good outer space story 👏🏻👏🏻
FourWorldsInc FourWorldsInc Apr 12, 2017
Future colonial conflicts on distant, new worlds. I like the concept.
TomHoole TomHoole May 01
I read the deadland series ....and already stoked about this one ... I have enjoyed everything of yours I have read ....you take care of the quantity and let the Gods take care of the quality
AdamKazooKid AdamKazooKid Apr 27, 2016
Oh my goodness, Just reading one paragraph and i know i'm going to be hooked~! Even though this is a prologue it's still so good!
TammiCharles TammiCharles Apr 24, 2016
THE PERFECT ENDING TO THE ONLY PROLOUGE I'VE EVER READ IN MY LIFE
TammiCharles TammiCharles Apr 24, 2016
Fringe... Hmm (looks in dictionary) Apparently it means:
                              
                              "an ornamental border of threads left loose or formed into tassels or twists, used to edge clothing or material."
                              
                              I feel like this definition completely contradicts what I'm reading. But all the more reason to read!