By NB VanYoos
From l. a. drug broker to hero of an alien global, the Universe should have a feeling of humor. Tyler Jensen, an earthling misplaced within the cosmos, struggles to appreciate the technologically complex global whose hero he has inadvertently develop into. Posing because the very best Commander of the planet?s fleet, Tyler needs to quick research the murky alliances of the army to be triumphant opposed to their neighboring enemy. Will Tyler?s naivet? doom the warring global or can he navigate the political trappings of the Admiral?s global to beat one other?
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Now, nothing of Tyler remained on Earth except the fading memories of those who had known him. Soon, those would fade, and he would be just another soul lost in the blurring vision of history. Perhaps it was fitting, trapped in a creature on some distant world, alone and dying. If only he could die! Die and escape this wandering purgatory where life could only be experienced through others. You could never possess a life of your own. The pleasure of the mating had only been another drug to escape his pathetic existence.
It gave each a light tan color with mottled streaks of brown. The roofs were made of wood or another material fashioned into tiles layered from the top of the roof to the bottom where it met the exterior walls. Each building possessed a second floor and ample windows with a single door centered in the front under a small porch. They were basic dwellings, but looked comfortable. Surrounding the village, dense woods and open fields spread out toward distant hills. Most of the fields held abundant crops growing under the warm sun.
Die and escape this wandering purgatory where life could only be experienced through others. You could never possess a life of your own. The pleasure of the mating had only been another drug to escape his pathetic existence. His whole life, short as it was, had been nothing more than one giant escape—an escape from everything that made life worth living. And now he was trapped, unable to undo his past, and destined to repeat it over and over again. He was certain he’d never felt more hatred towards himself than he did at that moment.
Admiral's Ghost by NB VanYoos