Crightent by Cameron Ervin

A teenage boy leaves his old life to become a man as a dark secret is reawakened.

A teenage boy, Corr Zaphad, leaves his dull life to find a more exciting one only to be drafted into the Galactic Guard to become a Legionnaire. He is shipped off to the front lines of the frozen world of Cantus to fight the ever stronger growing Rebel Fist.

Cameron Keli, a commander in the G.G. (Galactic Guard) seeks his friend, Allisha Allmenegger, an ancient heirloom hunter, to aid him on his mission to find a certain artifact. However, they are soon diverted from their original objective to go on a search and rescue mission on the asteroid colony Delta where something evil is waiting for them.

  • Classification: Moderate
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  • First submitted March 14, 2012
  • Last updated March 14, 2012
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  • Kenneth Edward Lim's avatar
    Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 3 years, 4 months ago

    You started with a lot of energy and kept the level up, carrying us along with your first person narrative. Corr with his fun-loving youthfulness proves to be a swashybuckling hero one can't help but cheer on. "Crightent" does deliver what the blurb promises with the help of an easy, coversational style and spiffy dialogue. Thanks for the rollicking good read.

    Kenneth Edward Lim
    The North Korean

  • riantorr's avatar
    riantorr wrote 3 years, 5 months ago

    A character stuck in a life they do not what is a great set-up that most people can understand. Wow, 57,000 words! I'm always amazed by that. I have trouble cracking 40k!
    Rian Torr

  • DerekTobin's avatar
    DerekTobin wrote 3 years, 5 months ago
    Hi Cameron I enjoyed reading through this first chapter and think you have got your young protagonist off to a nice start in his adventure. The young hero called to adventure - given the setting -I was getting some Luke Skywalker vibes and that cant be a bad thing. It's impressive that you wrote this when you were only 13 - good job. I have starred and added to my watchlist and will read more and comment as I go. ...
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    CJE Author wrote 3 years, 5 months ago

    Sorry about the way the pages were uploaded. It sure didn't look like that when i typed it up.
    I started writing this book when i was 13 and didn't finish it until i was 15. I'm sure you can tell that by the way the writing matures as you read through it.