Science Fiction Fantasy Saturday - Spectors by Angelia Almos



Spectors by Angelia Almos. 

A space pirate almost loses everything she cares about when she’s blackmailed by the military into running a dangerous mission.

Science Fiction Fantasy Saturday Snippet:

She examined the sprawling city more closely. Hardly any of the buildings were higher than one story so she set their path to head to the few multi-story buildings.

The night barely hid the wear and tear the city had endured over the years. The mining companies obviously hadn’t invested their profits in keeping the town looking nice. Small puffs of dust came up from the sidewalks from each of their footfalls as they moved down the line of buildings. Several people darted nervous glances in their direction.

“We should be blending in more,” Kristy said, her senses already telling her something was wrong on Mecha.

“Maybe they know something’s up and are wary of strangers,” Felicity guessed, edging a little closer to Kristy.

“Maybe,” she said, she hoped not, it was never good for business when people were this wary of strangers, made it a lot harder to sneak around.
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Comments

  1. Fun little snippet...blending in is always crucial! :-)

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  2. Nice way to set the mood through setting! I could feel the tension.

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  3. I wonder what happens next? Will their cover be blown? Good stuff!

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  4. Nice snippet. You get a real feel for how run down the city is.

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  5. Nice visual snippet, but the last sentence needs to be broken into two.

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  6. Nice snippet. I've got a bad feeling about this situation.

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  7. Great stuff. I still haven't got to this book yet, but it's in the pile. I'm so looking forward to it.

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  8. Looks like trouble is coming! Good tension.

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  9. Can feel the discomfort coming through - makes me want to twitch my shoulders. Great snippet!

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  10. Sounds like a bad time to stand out from the crowd.

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  11. Great atmosphere without being word-heavy.

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  12. Thank you everyone, outside description is always something I have to think over very carefully since it doesn't come naturally to me.

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