FLYING BLIND by Cameron Cooper

The Indigo Reports 0.5

Space Opera Short Story

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By the time you get to the end of the story you’re sitting on the edge.

An exciting glimpse of what’s to come by this author in the SciFi genre.

 

True SciFi is a magnificent world to enter and this is just the beginning of what I know will be a great series.

Hits all the things that I love about Sci-fi.

So much story!! So much promise!! This will keep my inner nerd happy.

Keeping close tabs on this new Sci-fi series.

This little window into the world of SciFi did not disappoint me, in fact, I think I’m addicted!!

Caught between two great enemies.

The freeship Hathaway is boarded by the Eriuman navy while smuggling a Karassian, a mortal enemy of the Eriuman. Captain Tatiana Wang must ease her ship and crew to safety.

Flying Blind is the short prequel to the Indigo Reports science fiction series by award-winning SF author Cameron Cooper.

The Indigo Reports series:
0.5 Flying Blind
1.0 New Star Rising
1.5 But Now I See
2.0 Suns Eclipsed
3.0 Worlds Beyond

Space Opera Science Fiction Series

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by Eric on Flying Blind
Flying Blind - succinct and dramatic

Quite an opening to a series! It moved immediately to the action, put characters front and center, described a situation, and hit the crux of the matter dramatically. The denouement clearly portends the upcoming series.
Very well done and quite enticing to move to the series proper.

by Kathi Soniat on Flying Blind
Pure Sci-fi Brilliance!!!!

Short and sweet, we get to witness a tension-filled altercation between a family freeship and the powerful Eriumans. Mostly a battle of wits, we quickly learn how each team operates, and one is left owing the other a favor.



Totally engrossing, and I’m ready for more!!!!

by Jezus Wingerden on Flying Blind
Flying blind

This short story is a once started have to finish story and so after this you will want to know what comes next!

Very good!

by Marti Panikkar on Flying Blind
Flying Blind

Great short story! It is a fascinating glimpse into a new universe with (of course) warring nations and a small family free ship caught in the middle. This little tale shouts family affection while keeping you on the edge of your seat with tension. LOVE Tatiana and Tribunal Lieutenant Scordini de Deluca! I want more.

by Baz on Flying Blind
Outstanding

For a short story this is awesome, grabs you from page one ,you find yourself frantically turning pages to discover whats coming next,To construct such amazing characters,and bring a world to life in such a short story is genius,highly recommended. Now I need to find the next book in this series to continue this amazing adventure,Baz.

by Sarah on Flying Blind
Great beginning to a series

This short story is a great way to dip your toes into the world of science fiction. It is a good introduction to some of the characters I am sure we will see in the future. I look forward to the next book!

by Wendy on Flying Blind
Intriguing

An interesting start to the series. I look forward to the the next instalment.

by IngSav on Flying Blind
I loved it! Short and sweet but this is an exciting introduction to an amazing new world!

We are plunged into a tense event that happens somewhere in a galaxy far far away...with a smart and strong female commanding the ship who faces the threat from a mysterious stranger and his crew boarding her ship!



I'm intrigued to read more!!



I'm looking forward to New Star Rising which is the next book in the Indigo Reports...

by Catherine Valerie Cauvin on Flying Blind
What a start!

So much was conveyed in such a short time! Cameron made us care about this ship’s crew in just a few lines. This was also a great way to introduce Max. A great start and so much more to come!

by Jo-Ann on Flying Blind
Flying Blind

A great short story to start off a series. It has me very intrigued and ready to read the next books in line. I am looking forward to the rest. Great writing.

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