Where the Ships Die

I have just finished “Where the Ships Die“, by William C. Dietz. It was a bit interesting, but not something I would recommend, unless You don’t have anything else to do…

The book has some interesting scenes that could be used in a traveller setting, but put together, the story sucks and is full of logical holes, big enough to fly a death-star through… 🙁

The story is about an 18 Year old boy, that ends up as slave labour in a starship scrap-heap (Where the Ships Die). He is saved by his sister and by Timon and Pumbaa. Very strange… 😉

3 thoughts on “Where the Ships Die”

  1. I know of two books, but I haven’t read them, so I cannot say if they are any good:

    1: Gateway to the Stars (Pierce Askegren)

    2: Diaspora Phoenix (Martin J. Dougherty)

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