“Allora” Released Jan. 2nd

Allora, A Silver Ships Novella

 

The novella, “Allora,” which is a bridge story between “Espero” and the forthcoming “Celus-5” (See-lus), will be able for pre-order on Amazon by Dec. 19th and released on Jan. 2nd.

Enjoy the read!

6 thoughts on ““Allora” Released Jan. 2nd

  1. Travis

    Loved Allora! The length was perfect for the story but I wish it could go on and on. Yet again a great addition to the series. I liked that you added that Tomas Monti is to be the next president. I liked him. As usual, can’t wait for the next book!

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    1. Scott Jucha Post author

      Hello, Travis. I understand what you mean about the length of “Allora.” Sometimes, it’s difficult to map out a long-term strategy for a series and then find a means of constructing the pieces in a logical sequence. After “Espero,” I was left with the need for a transitional story for the series, but I couldn’t imagine a significant antagonist, without taking the overarching story line off track. So, rather than go wide, I went narrow … a shorter story that told the tale of one character, but whose actions created a huge opportunity for the following tales of Alex and company. Stay tuned, as they say!

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  2. Arthur

    As soon as I finish listing to Sol I just slip straight into Allora and what an enjoyable read. Its seem short more like a filler but then again it also came across as small part of a much larger puzzle. So I’ve mark spots to reference from future books. Thanks once again and I look forward to “Celus-5”

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    1. Scott Jucha Post author

      Hello Arthur, it’s a connector to a much larger puzzle, as you’ve guessed. What might appear to some as a minor event is, in fact, the start of significant change in the future of this part of the galaxy. Thanks for reading!

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  3. Mike

    I just finished Alloria. I’ve really enjoyed the series. Before starting a new book, I re-read the series from the beginning. I may have to only go back 2 books from now on… I have time to fill between academics and medical flight request during a 12 hour shift. What Travis and Arthur have written, concurs with what I was sensing of the series as I finished the book. Again THANKS for developing a great corner of the universe…

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