Nexus

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  • Paperback
  • 316 pages
  • Nexus
  • Nicolas Wilson
  • 24 February 2018
  • 149129079X

About the Author: Nicolas Wilson

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Nexus As national governments cede society to international and soon to be intergalactic corporations, Sontem launches the Nexus and the Argus, two intergenerational starships sent as emissaries to the cosmos, but whose sole mission is to secure mining rights for the parent company The ships are armed with the best of mankind s minds and technology, and a sense of manifest destiny Captain Anderson Grant of the Nexus, the second starship in Sontem s budding armada, prepares to boldly fight and screw where no man has before But Anderson and his crew struggle to maintain their humanity in the face of deception, exploitation, sexually aggressive aliens, and a system that ultimately respects its crew for their genetic capacity than their individuality. New Read [ Nexus ] Author [ Nicolas Wilson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Nexus

  1. Demelza Carlton says:

    What is it with aliens and sexual experimentation I received a free copy of this book for an honest, non reciprocal review And I m quite pleased I did, for the story certainly kept me interested until the end This book reminded me of those classic old school scifi stories where all the alien races are interested in finding out is what the human space explorers are like in the sack Admittedly, being old school, the detail in such exploration and experimentation is limited, just like on the Nex What is it with aliens and sexual experimentation I received a free copy of this book for an honest, non reciprocal review And I m quite pleased I did, for the story certainly kept me interested until the end This book reminded me of those classic old school scifi stories where all the alien races are interested in finding out is what the human space explorers are like in the sack Admittedly, being old school, the detail in such exploration and experimentation is limited, just like on the Nexus So if you re looking for alien erotica fortunately, this isn t it I freely admit I didn t like main character Captain Anderson Grant at all He talked about sex so much it sounded like it d been a long time since he d had any Yet when he does ah, I won t spoil the story for you Wilson illustrated Grant s character so well I wanted to kick Grant in the tender regions myself on numerous occasions Yet his was the ideal perspective to tell the story, because of course all the alien races assumed the ...

  2. Antonio Simon Jr. says:

    Fast paced sci fi that pulls no punches.Captain Anderson Grant works for Sontem, a powerful corporation devoted to for profit space exploration As he and his crew are careening through space, he encounters a planet inhabited by a sentient alien race He accompanies a small detachment to initiate diplomacy The catch is that the alien race is telepathic, and their customs do not recognize formalizing agreements through paper To seal the deal, the alien diplomat, a female nicknamed Sam, penetrat Fast paced sci fi that pulls no punches.Captain Anderson Grant works for Sontem, a powerful corporation devoted to for profit space exploration As he and his crew are careening through space, he encounters a planet inhabited by a sentient alien race He accompanies a small detachment to initiate diplomacy The catch is that the alien race is telepathic, and their customs do not recognize formalizing agreements through paper To seal the deal, the alien diplomat, a female nicknamed Sam, penetrates Grant s mind telepathically and rather suggestively Only, as an unexpected side effect of their mental link, Grant and Sam become romantically engaged, which is a heinous act for someone of Sam s caste Sam stows away on Grant s shuttle back to the main ship Now the two of them aren t fully themselves any As a result of thei...

  3. William Dickerson says:

    The story starts by introducing us to the Captain of the exploratory space vessel, Nexus It is the second ship to leave under the guidance of the Sontem corporation to seek out new worlds and establish mining contracts with them The captain is a foul mouthed and has no internal filter He speaks his mind, and he does in a way that people respect This even includes a young man who gives the Captain a poor first impression by harassing a young woman He is renamed Private Dickbite by the Captai The story starts by introducing us to the Captain of the exploratory space vessel, Nexus It is the second ship to leave under the guidance ...

  4. Christoph Fischer says:

    Nexus by Nicolas Wilson, is a highly original and enjoyable science fiction story, set on Nexus, a star ship that sets out to explore the galaxies and which actually should have been named the Enterprise, had the corporation that built it not been sued by the copy right holders Very entertaining references to other science fiction work, much talk about sex and original interaction with aliens make this an odd but rather well done new helping in the genre Wilson uses worm holes, aliens and ot Nexus by Nicolas Wilson, is a highly original and enjoyable science fiction story, set on Nexus, a star ship that sets out to explore the galaxies and which actually should have been named the Enterprise, had the corporation that built it not been sued by the copy right holders Very entertaining references to ot...

  5. Regina M. Joseph says:

    The starship Nexus has a mission to seek out new alien civilizations to negotiate trade and mining rights for their employer, Sontem I was truly impressed that a lawyer was part of the greeting party But, the mayhem they find parodies Star Trek The Captain reminds me of a Catch 22 chara...

  6. Ray Dunn says:

    Interstellar RomcomI missed out on some of the American humour How to describe it In keeping with the books styleInsurrection, Wacky Races, Invasion of the sex crazed telepathic alien

  7. Ian Blackport says:

    I ll be honest I m not normally a fan of books written in the first person perspective With few exceptions I find the style to be an excuse for lazy, sloppy writing It s a simplistic form and explains why so many young adult authors choose it But I m thankful that Nexus fits into that rare category of first person books I genuinely enjoyed The writing has punch, flows nicely and is frequently witty The dialogue is also clever and wonderfully well written Nexus follows the story of huma I ll be honest I m not normally a fan of books written in the first person per...

  8. Geoff Nelder says:

    Nexus is a huge spaceship sent from Earth to further explore the universe, and subdue aliens, Standard scifi then Far from it The narrator is the arrogant, bullying, sex obsessed captain, who gets away with his behaviour because of his sense of humour and intelligence His value as the captain becomes evident not so much when he is pistol wielding his attacks on bear like or other weird aliens but when he instigates a momentous decision cusp in the plot about three quarters way through The ne Nexus is a huge spaceship sent from Earth to further explore the universe, and subdue aliens, Standard scifi then Far from it The narrator is the arrogant, bullying, sex obsessed captain, who gets away with his behaviour because of his sense of humour and intelligence His value as the captain becomes evident not so much when he is pistol wielding his attacks on bear like or other weird aliens but when he instigates a momentous decision cusp in the plot about three quarters way through The need for that change and its consequences lift the erstwhile misogynistic captain to a new level Until that point we don t even know his name even though he is the narrator.I am as interested in sex as the next deviant but to see it as innuendo or described three times a page for over 300 pages when I m relaxing into a scifi novel There, I m sure that comment will sell copies Besides the sex, the other main feature of the writing style is...

  9. Jeffrey says:

    Utter trash I was given this book for free from the author, so I felt some obligation to finish it, but I just couldn t I tried I really did But the vast majority of fanfiction I ve read on the internet is better than this book.This book is what a 14 year old writes in high school when he s just discovered that girls are hot and wants to screw one Almost every page there was a sexual joke or reference It never bloody stopped All the aliens are sexual in some way, one is a giant single cel Utter trash I was given this book for free from the author, so I felt some obligation to finish it, but I just couldn t I tried I really did But the vast majority of fanfiction I ve read on the internet is better than this book.This book is what a 14...

  10. Debbie Oliveira says:

    Contains Mild SpoilersNexus is one of those difficult books to review Mostly because I thoroughly enjoyed it It s basically an R rated Star Trek, if all of Star Trek s jokes were about sex So here are the bad points It s vulgar Excessively so Practically everything that comes out of the Captain s mouth who is of course our main character is some sort of joke about sex or genitalia.The Captain is almost textbook Mary Sue Marty Stu in charge of the ship and unquestionable authority Contains Mild SpoilersNexus is one of those difficult books to review Mostly because I thoroughly enjoyed it It s basically an R rated Star Trek, if all of Star Trek s jokes were about sex So here are the bad points It s vulgar Excessively so Practically everything that comes out of the Captain s mouth who is of course our main character is some sort of joke about sex or genitalia.The Captain is almost textbook Mary Sue Marty Stu in charge of the ship and unquestionable authority The guys who dislike him are jerks, he s a great fighter, and has a tragic past which of course wasn t his fault, but he still blame...