A century ago, the Faraday disappeared. The great ship dropped into the mysterious region known as L-space, never to be seen again. There are only legends left, legends of mutiny, of murder, and of the discovery of forbidden secrets. Today, the young midshipmen of the patrol ship Arbiter have found Faraday, a ghost ship orbiting a remote planet. And, somehow, someone… or something… has survived.
Mutiny Springs Eternal is the first adventure of the crew of the CNV Arbiter, adapted from the Mark Time and Parsec Award-winning audio drama series, The Arbiter Chronicles. Library Journal calls the Arbiters “a cast of compelling characters,” and Analog calls the Chronicles “a fun romp… like a cross between the funniest episodes of the original Star Trek and Monty Python.”
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What’s the publishing format fella? Are these books printed or digital?
Lastly, are they serious, comedy, subtle humour (I mean humor…I’m English)?
This particular entry is digital only. My Arbiter Logs novellas are currently only in eBook:
My other books are both print and digital. Are they serious, comedy or subtle humour? I’ve never been accused of being subtle. There is humor, but it’s character-driven humor. There’s also angst and pathos. Not quite Douglas Adams, but not the new BSG either. And please don’t apologize (apologise?) for British spellings! My editors can tell you I use them all the time!