The Silver Ships (Volume 1)

An explorer-tug captain, Alex Racine spends years in space, harvesting ice asteroids for New Terran’s water-hungry outposts. His existence is both routine and solitary…until his ship’s computer detects a damaged alien craft drifting into system. Recognizing a once in a lifetime opportunity to make first contact, Alex pulls off a daring maneuver to latch on to the derelict.

When Alex boards the Rêveur, he encounters the ship’s AI. The entire craft is riddled with holes, damage that could only have come from a fight. While confronting the AI for answers, Alex is shocked to learn that eighteen survivors, trapped in stasis, are on board. Like the New Terrans, the Méridiens are human—both settlements originating from colony ships sent from a dying Earth—but oddly the Méridiens’ technology is hundreds of years ahead, which makes their story all the more terrifying.

The Rêveur was attacked by an unknown craft, the first of its kind ever encountered. The mysterious silver ship made no contact before firing its beam weapon, and its attack was both instant and deadly.

Intrigued by the Méridiens’ story, and even more so by their leader, the exotic Renée de Guirnon, Alex decides to help them repair their ship and return home…but not without the means to protect themselves. For, he was haunted by one thought: where there was one, there might be many.

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3 Comments

  1. An intriguing and interesting space opera In the nature of full disclosure, I was provided an advanced reader copy of Scott Jucha’s novel, The Silver Ships. Scott contacted me because of an earlier review I penned for one of Nathan Lowell’s books in the Trader’s Tales from the Golden Age of Solar Clipper series. 

  2. Silver Ships is a fresh inventive futuristic story of the best SciFi kind Silver Ships is a fresh inventive futuristic story of the best science fiction kind. Jucha writes a fast-paced character driven space opera with a dash of mystery intriguing enough to entice even Holmes. Brimming with tantalizing technology and fabulous characters, it will keep anyone enthralled. 

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