Near the border between two kingdoms, a vessel full of innocent passengers is destroyed. While the extent of the impending retaliation is unknown, its inevitability is not. Galactic war is approaching. In a seedy bar in a distant corner of the solar system, a knight clad entirely in green armor puts forth a grisly challenge. The only person to accept the knight’s game is a woman who spends her time drinking and thieving. These two acts, occurring in different parts of the galaxy, both lead to the same spot: the planet that will soon fall under attack.
Welcome to Space Lore, where Arthurian legend meets Star Wars. Epic space fantasy will never be the same.
Well written and proofread. A clever use of lore and mythology put into a far-future space spanning venue. I’ll be reading the rest of this series! This author renders the right characters and circumstances to allow you to compare this story to your own life and decide if you feel you should re-evaluate things. Just little things, what similar roles to these characters and my friends play, and what little choices and views could I tweak in my own life? Nothing deep, just “Huh, never thought of that, that way before.” Not trying to sound sappy or like this is so profound, just, I have crazy friends/ family kinda like these characters, lol.
It seems to be a poorly crafted attempt at humor, much like Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. It was tedious from the beginning and by 20% had in no way improved. I found it impossible to continue.