One mission short of retirement. What could possibly go wrong?
Carl's looking forward to a quiet life with his soon-to-be wife and the child they're expecting. But when Amy makes a simple request, there's a catch. She wants their wedding on Earth so her mother can be there. For a law-abiding citizen, that would be a pricey but straightforward request. For a band of outlaws, flying into the galaxy's headquarters for law and order would be suicidal...without a plan.
As usual, Carl refuses to take impossible as an option. But somewhere amid the complicated web of deception, betrayal, and lies, a key part of the plan doesn't go as expected. As Carl's house of cards collapses, there's only one thing they can do: rescue who they can, while they can. Because after that, it'll be time to disappear.
Who will survive this final mission of the Mobius crew's story? Is a happy ending even possible in the Black Ocean?
Eternity or Bust is the 16th mission of Black Ocean, a science fantasy series set in the 26th century. Do you wish there had been a second season of Firefly? Do you love the irreverent fun of Guardians of the Galaxy? Have you ever wondered how Star Wars would have turned out if Luke and Obi-Wan had ditched the rebellion to become smugglers with Han and Chewie? Then Black Ocean is the series for you!
Pick up your copy of Eternity or Bust, and aim to misbehave with the crew of the Mobius.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- Mike Nelson
- 09 07 2018
JS Morin creates a rollicking good story!
Carl and the crew of the Mobius are back for one final story in the adventure. Carl and Amy want to tie the knot, but can they survive with their records intact and without going to jail when Amy decides to have it on Earth? I found this story to have just the right amount of fun mixed with solid life topics like who should truly be invited to a wedding anyway?
this is the thrilling conclusion(or appears to be) of the original black ocean series. I hope Morin has more to come featuring the cast of characters, they always seem to find just the right amount of trouble.