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Summary

The ISS Mordrake is in serious trouble. After a skirmish with a Corsair marauder, she is stranded in deep space, far from regular shipping routes, and death appears certain.

But in space, not all things are certain. Not even death.

Adrift and stranded in deep space with no hope of rescue, the ISS Mordrake has six month’s worth of food left, but just less than two weeks of air, and things are looking pretty grim. And, as if there’s not enough on their plate already, something dark and mysterious drifts into their path - an ancient derelict ship littered with the dusty remains of its long-dead crew!

The derelict presents an all-too convenient and timely solution to their problem, offering the desperate castaways the spare parts they badly need to repair their ship. But nothing’s ever really that easy, is it? There’s no such thing as a free lunch out here in the cold empty wastes of deep space.

Resentment, bitterness, and malaise having taken hold of the survivors, this sudden reprieve brings new challenges. In order for the crew of the Mordrake to survive, they have to work together - even though the faceless, cold-blooded killer who murdered the Mordrake’s captain still walks freely among them! Despite a further run of mysterious accidental deaths, they must find a way to retrieve the parts they need to repair their own vessel - no matter what it was on the derelict ship that seemed to want to keep them for itself!

Demonspawn is the second title in the Galaxii Series by Christina Engela.

“This story reminded me of films such as Alien and Event Horizon but Demonspawn could easily stand shoulder to shoulder with them. There were many concepts of the sci-fi genre in this book that were original and put together in a way not seen before anywhere else (this was especially so for the ‘Akx’). It’s an enjoyable read that will leave you wanting more. 5 stars.” (Lee Hall, UK-based writer, playwright, and reviewer)

©2019, 2020 Christina Engela (P)2020 Christina Engela

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great scifi story

realy good scifi story with a few different plots in to keep the story going, I realy liked the way the author kept the story so it was easy to listen to and Nigel Peever brought the characters to life.

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Good 👍

was a good enough story but preferred blackheart. Nigel Peever was excellent as always 👌 A++

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  • 05-10-20

Excellent series!

This is an action packed sci-fi tale. The writing and narration are both expertly done. I'm looking forward to the next book.

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  • 15-09-20

Second book in series is excellent

The first book in the series, Blachart, was excellent. You don't need to even look at it to go through this one. Different storyline in the same universe. I'm not much of a horror fan but this book has the feeling of a horror/sci-fi storyline. I really enjoyed it. It's written quite well and the Narrator does a great job yet again, appreciate it Nigel. Give it a go, i feel it's well in the worthy side.