…before she came to Earth, Sarah lived a different life on distant planet…
Neeca lives on the Galaxy’s prison planet alongside serial killers, mass murderers, psychopathic leaders intent on taking over the world and, in the case of her scientist father, people implicated by the above psychopathic leader so they’d be exiled too and help him survive.
Growing up on a prison planet isn’t much fun. You keep your head down, you learn to fight, oh, and you watch Earth entertainments: Terminator anyone?
All her life Neeca’s dreamed of escaping to the Blue Planet. But she never thought it would happen like this.
Sarah is a 7600 word short story prequel in the Ninety-five percent Human series. Recommended for fans of Beth Revis, Amie Kaufman and Melissa Landers.
Ninety-five percent Human tells the story of Sarah, sent to test the viability of life on Earth.
Now you can find out about growing up halfway across the next Galaxy and the fateful events that led to Sarah becoming the latest genetic experiment.
The night they killed my mother, I couldn’t sleep. I was scared they’d come for me too. And my father cried because he knew that, to keep me safe, he had to do everything they wanted, even though it could destroy everything.
Then he told me a story about a beautiful blue planet where people lived free from fear, protected by the Unity, safe from the wars raging throughout the universe. He promised he would take me there.
So I went to sleep and I waited. But one day they came to kill me too.
And my father cried because he knew that, to keep me safe, he had to do everything they wanted, even though it could destroy everything.