"I picked up his trail at the edge of a crater.
Over my shoulder, three moons dangled in the reddish-purple sky. Faint starlight outlined the junky little craft I use for rescue trips. My spacecraft has no frills, no creature comforts: just two seats and basic life support. With luck, that's all I'll need to save this kid's life.
The control surfaces on this spacesuit sucked. I could feel worn plastic and clunky attenuators when I put it on. The third-class air filtration smelled like farts and dirty sweat socks. If I had time, I'd trade with the locals to buy better gear, but I don't. We're on the clock. The kid's been here for weeks. If I don't get him out in the next few hours, he's not coming back at all."
Ryan is a kid with a past. In order to find his future, he has to help someone else find theirs. What will he find out there on an uncharted moon: ruin, remorse, or ... redemption? He better find out fast, because time is running out.
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