Alien Prison Ship by Terrance Mulloy
English | 2019 | Sci – Fi | ePUB | 1.3 Mb
Alien Prison Ship : A disgraced cop seeking redemption. A prison guard seeking justice. The galaxy’s worst criminals seeking a new home.
What happens when the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy crash-land on Earth? Spoiler alert: Nothing good.
Sergeant Rhys Scott was already smack-bang in the middle of a bad day when things decided to get worse on a cosmic scale. After a prison ship, transporting the galaxy’s worst criminals crash-lands in Downtown Atlanta, Rhys is forced to team-up with the only surviving prison guard to hunt down and destroy the escaped prisoners before the wreak havoc on the entire city.
“Nevertheless, Neuto had a job to do. He continued along the tier, peering into each sarcophagus to catch fleeting glimpses of the incarcerated. When he reached the end of the tier, the sarcophagus nearest to him shifted away, and another larger one slotted into place.
He knew this one well.
Neuto took a moment as if summoning enough resolve before slowly turning to check on the imprisoned occupant.
Inside, the faint neon-blue glow from the surrounding electronics revealed a bruising shape. Neuto caught shimmers of reptilian flesh as the prisoner’s deep cackle rumbled from behind the viewport. It was not a dismissive cackle, but a knowing one. It was meant to taunt Neuto. And it did. These two had history.
Suddenly, a harsh klaxon began to wail throughout the ship. Every guard snapped to the sound, now alert with nervous tension.
The prisoners inside their sarcophagi immediately began to chant over the droning alarm. Louder and louder. The name they were chanting was Venass. It was a name that struck fear into every guard and prisoner unlucky enough to be holed up inside this bucket of black steel
Venass… Venass… Venass… Venass…“