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Press Any Key to Destroy the Galaxy - Press Any Key #1 - cover

Press Any Key to Destroy the Galaxy - Press Any Key #1

George Saoulidis

Publisher: Mythography Studios

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Summary

Iain M. Banks' Culture meets Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy in this funny romp through the cosmos. 
 
An immovable object stands in the way of the Galactic Emperor Jarrl. He has waged siege against his arch-nemesis for a thousand years, but the barrier still stands. Now, he has come up with a plan to put the immovable object's name to the test, and lay waste to his enemies. Will his plan work? Will he manage to obliterate his foes? Will he press the big red button to destroy a galaxy? 
 
This is Book 1 of the Press Any Key series of short stories. 
  
What is Antigravel? 
 
What did you think was the road-stop for man to explore the empty reaches of space? Faster than light travel? Interstellar navigation? Time dilation? 
Puh. We beat all that by sheer force of will. 
No. 
It was micrometeoroids. 
Rocks. 
Fucking space rocks. 
 
Discover the Antigravel Space Opera universe.

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