Book: Through a Glass Darkly by Miss Maecategories: Book, Aliens, Deceit, Trap, Space Battle, Vaccine, Hologram, Computer Virus, Twins, Good Versus Evil, Spider, Suspenseful, Science Fiction
Miss Maeabout this book: Twins are fascinating. But what if one is merely a hologram? A hologram who holds all the memories of the person he represents?
I wanted to write a futuristic SF with a different twist. So I created a hologram with a unique personality. Is this hologram the hero? The villain? Or neither? Or...is there even a hologram?
Come read Vexan's story as she struggles against a possible takeover of her ship from the Delphan scavengers, fight an alien life-form in her cargo bay, and try to save the life of her best friend and co-pilot.
When the hologram materializes, the question she asks herself is: can anything else possibly go wrong?
• "Complete with visuals of gripping battles between good and evil, edge-of-the chair-suspense and a foul-smelling Gorshah spider that will make you run for cover, Miss Mae has again proven herself. Hang onto your chair and enjoy the ride!"
— Laurean Brooks, author of A Decision of Trust, Five Stars
• "As with any short story, it's difficult for me to tell you how good it is without giving away any of the story. I will say that the twist in this book was well thought out and does not disappoint."
— Val Pearson, Four Stars
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