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Submitted by Marc Stott (Oct 30, 2004)

Really would be interested in seeing this how this ends up, great job of describing the ship, and did I detect some tongue in cheek humour there? (The Frogs for example). Quite enjoyable story that seemed to too short, it was that enjoyable. Be interesting to see where "The Ball" ends up finding itself and what it will encounter on the way there. Great characterization and descriptions of the ship at the beginning, I was really able to visualize it. Be interesting to see where things go from here.


 


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