Echo: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

The lights above the airlocks go from red to green.  Deep-space paneling hisses open, and the Imperial March blasts through the air as legions of dead-eyed hippies walk aboard our Corellian star cruiser.  Me and my squadmates are laying down a heavy blanket of laser fire, but horror upon horrors, the hippies have figured out how to weaponize their BO; it bubbles out in rank, particulate-threaded shields that extend roughly three feet from their bodies.  My eyes widen in horror as I see their BO shielding scrape the walls of our ship; the graphene double-weave that comprises our hulls instantly browns and buckles with a horrendous shriek.  My hands shake as I open my eReader to Echo.  Magic flash.  A giant wave of powdered lava soap washes over the hippies, dousing them in a cloud of white.  They pause in their tracks, blink for a second, then twist into agonized shapes, screaming like vampires in sunlight.  The flesh melts off their bones and they fall to the floor, writhing and cursing their existential antithesis:  personal hygiene products.

Many Bothans died to preserve the information aboard that cruiser.  Don’t let it fall into enemy hands.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle

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