Death lurks in the storm of a lifetime. Gardens are few on a floating city. When a new family arrives in her apartment high-rise, Hikari Lark introduces them to their large outdoor balcony garden. As Abashiri Sky City shuts down …

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Summer, fall, winter, and breakup… Slush and mud mix with snow and ice, turning Salmon Run into a gooey mess. Spring will soon arrive, a time the Callahans hope will bring lodgers. For Sasha and Jacob Neeley it means the …

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With the equinox come the aurora and the itch of spring… Good moods are scarce in Salmon Run these days. Zach Callahan’s lingering foul mood even manages to drive off Sasha. His concerned father insist on a check-up visit to …

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An impossible reunion in the past… The Palace peace-treaty anniversary celebration threatens to crush Annette Staton under the memories of the war. Unfortunately, fleeing the Palace grounds only leads to a new flight from a stranger stalking her from the …

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There is such a thing as too much help… Amber Marley insists on giving Hawk and Zach Callahan lessons in basic survival training. Instead, they get an entire town of helpful interfering neighbors. Elsewhere, Admiral Kian orders their spaceship readied …

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The aliens need human help… in Bermuda. After the earthquake Hawk and Zach Callahan get a nice surprise: customers. Right when the aliens choose to reveal themselves to Zach and Sasha’s families. They need human help to identify a potential …

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The cursed Flying Dutchman returns to the spacelanes… While busy with repairs, Sora Anali gets the surprise of her life: a real cursed ghost ship docking with Langdon Space Station. Then the Flying Dutchman triggers the servicing robots into delivering …

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I like to live. I’m funny that way. The problem: dropping out of hyperspace into a pulsar system with no engines and a dead bridge crew. The small life-pods are death-traps in a system like this. I must convince the …

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