Here’s the next episode of Space Opera.
I led the way as JJ and I headed back to the tin can, the main corridor packed with people.
“This ship is amazing,” JJ said. “It’s a flying city.”
“It is,” I said, “but a very vulnerable one. Want to stop for a bite on the way?”
“I’d rather get back to the Zephyrus, if you don’t mind,” she whispered.
We hurried to the transport, having to wait for an open tin can. We slipped onto one that was completely full, heading back towards the main bay. There were several stops on our run, the passengers thinning out to a handful before we got to the bay-level stops.
“Wow, there’s a lot of techs down here,” JJ said as we approached the Zephyrus. “Looks like they’re working on the Tristar first.”
“Smart, given the fuel situation,” I said. “If we have to leave in a hurry, Nolan’s retrofit will…
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