The Reincarnation Run

The Reincarnation Run

One man. Seven passengers. And the destiny of a people.

Solitary spacejock Landry Krieger boosted his income by smuggling people past the watchful eyes of governments, in hiding places he built in his ship, Midnight Angel.

When the priests of Tao Pacem sought him out, his first instinct was to say no. He'd had enough experience with religious leaders to last a lifetime.

Then he met one of their oppressors....

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Solitary spacejock Landry Krieger eked out a living transporting data throughout the Settled Galaxy—and boosted his income by smuggling people into and out of star systems past the watchful eyes of governments, in hiding places he built in his ship, Midnight Angel.

When the priests of Tao Pacem sought his services, he resisted. Brown robes? Yin-yang symbols? A plan to sneak the reincarnation of their spiritual leader to their conquered homeworld, to spark a rebellion against their oppressors? After earlier experiences with religious leaders, he would need far more than three hundred thousand galaxycoins to say yes.

He got it when an arrogant agent of the oppressors tried to scare him off the job. But Landry will need more than contempt for tyrants to deliver his passengers to their destination. To survive threats of brain reprogramming and death. To bring about a new era for millions of people in the Settled Galaxy.

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Series: The Settled Galaxy
Genre: Science Fiction
Tags: first books in series, novels
Publisher: CV-2 Books
Publication Year: 2019
ASIN: B07WJY9BX3
ISBN: 9780999101698
List Price: $15.99
eBook Price: $2.99
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