You think you’re having a bad day? Try being Haley Meadows. Poor girl just wants what any young woman wants — a boyfriend who treats her right, to finish college, land a decent job… and maybe find that perfect set of jeans. She almost has it all before that galactic idiot, Prince Trelax, bumps into her on Earth and decides it's in everyone’s best interest to bash her over the head with his disruptor and take her halfway across the galaxy.
To make matters worse, Trelax’s father, the King of Bagoria and the leader of the galactic crime syndicate, politely informs her that either she must do his bidding or he's going to blast her into a gazillion particles and sweep her remains out into space. Nope, no stress at all.
Forced to help crew a barely functional transport ship, Haley must contend with two dysfunctional computers who can’t ever seem to agree on anything, let alone get along. In the process she creates enemies who will stop at nothing to ensure she is out of the way, permanently. Can things possibly get any worse?
As it turns out, yes, yes, they can.
Personal log of Commander Haley Meadows:
Welp, that was fun. We rescued an abandoned little girl from the remnant of an asteroid, and then we ran from almost certain annihilation when the Mingnung Mining Corporation decided she belongs to them.
And to top it all off, that giant man-child Trelax scared the poor kid half to death.
There’s something about this little girl, like she holds a key which could unlock the salvation of the galaxy. But to do that, the Mingnung say she must be de-molecularized down to her component atoms. In short, they mean to kill her.
Chockson says that’s something we already sacrificed our lives to keep from happening… and we might have to sacrifice ourselves all over again.
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