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Star Trek: Secrets – Page 8

Read Star Trek: Secrets – Page 7 The bridge was simple, and reminded him of the Defiant class of ships. The command chair was in the center, with spots for others in a semicircle in front of him. The biggest difference, and one that would only matter to someone in his profession, was that the…

Second Class Supers – Page 64

Read Second Class Supers – Page 63 Kya read Sam’s message over and over, trying to decipher his tone. She was fairly sure that he was not impressed with her for causing him to have to hide out for a few days, and she knew they had not spent much time together recently. She worried…

Star Trek: Secrets – Page 7

Read Star Trek: Secrets – Page 6 Exiting the turbolift, Leon was presented with a transparent hallway. His ship, the Raven, could be seen on the other side. It was long and sleek, looking like smaller, more aggressive Defiant class ship. It was built for speed, and stealth, but weapons were identifiable all over the…

Second Class Supers – Page 62

Read Second Class Supers – Page 61 The sun had already set as Marge led Kya to the First Gen village. Shimmying along the fence, the entrance was even harder to find than before. They arrived at the wall at the same time as a trio of Shadow Striders. “Callidus?” Kya asked the three covered…

Star Trek: Secrets – Page 6

Read Star Trek: Secrets – Page 5 “Hey Leon!” An older, but chipper voice came through the still opening airlock to the station. Despite not being able to see who it was on the other side, he recognized it as the engineering chief, Commander O’Donnell. Once he was completely revealed, Leon gave a nod to…

Star Trek: Secrets – Page 5

Read Star Trek: Secrets – Page 4 His vessel was agile and nimble, so it was no surprise that the Sherlock was able to pass through the large bay doors before they were opened all the way. Leon thought he felt a slight reverberation through the hull plating as he cut close to the station’s…