The Empire will kill him for stealing this ship… but they have to catch it first!
To the Empire the Wanderer was just another booby-trapped ship to claim, and Jess was just another worthless slave who could be sacrificed in the process.
Things didn't go to plan. Jess survived the dangers, and when he sat in the pilot's chair the ancient ship came to life for the first time in centuries.
Acting on instinct Jess seized the chance, firing up the engines and fleeing the Imperial forces.
Now Jess and the ancient self-aware ship are on the run, their freedom and their very existence on the line.
The smart thing to do would be to run like hell and never stop, but Jess finds he can't ignore pleas for help from those in danger. With the powerful Wanderer at his command he can truly make a difference… but at what cost?
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Reminds me of classic 50’s Asimov and Clarke short stories, but as an epic. It’s a fun, light escape with well-intentioned heroes that frequently scrutinize their own morals.
Really enjoying it so far. On to book 3.
The dude is 16 and he’s already sleeping around. Too much plot armour