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CNSEV Tormalinas, Lost
CNSEV Tormalinas, Lost

  A Portal Navigator Saga

  By Van Allen

  Copyright 2017 Van Allen

  CNSEV Tormalinas, Lost

  [email protected]

  Twitter: @GrProject43X

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  Copyright 2017 Van Allen

  This book is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This book may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to your favorite book retailer and purchase multiple copies to share. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

  All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without prior written permission of the author/publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in reviews.


  All characters in this book have no existence outside the imagination of the author and have no relation to anyone bearing the same name or names. Any resemblance to individuals known or unknown to the author are purely coincidental. This is entirely a work of fiction.

  Cataloguing Information:

  Allen, Van

  CNSEV Tormalinas, Lost/Van Allen

  FIC028090 FICTION / Science Fiction / Alien Contact

  FIC028030 FICTION / Science Fiction / Space Opera

  FIC028010 FICTION / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure

  Author’s Note:

  I wrote this story hoping others would read it aloud using voice actors to sit in and read the different parts, plus the narrator. It’s amazing fun to do this. You can have one reader play multiple voices, but the more different and unique voices you get, the better. Try this in front of an audience. Please send me a link to a video of you and your friends reading this book. I hope you have an itching good time.

  ~Van Allen

  Reach me at: [email protected]

  Tweet me at: @GrProject43X

  Table of Contents

  Title Page


  Chapter 1 - Tormalinas

  Chapter 2 - Askelon

  Chapter 3 - Recreation

  Chapter 4 - Level 5 Biohazard

  Chapter 5 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon

  Chapter 6 - Dark Space

  About the Author


  Other Published Books


  The CNSEV Tormalinas is a space exploration vessel. In the very far future, the 856th day of the Carvajal stellar year, people can explore the deepest darkest places in space using a space-time travel technology developed by the US Navy in 1985.

  In 1985, scientists discovered a way to bend and warp space-time by traveling through dark space. Traveling through dark space had its risks and costs.

  A number of test subjects entered these first space portals and almost all of them were lost inside the portals or, for those who returned to earth, they lost their minds. The earliest dark space portal travelers were NASA’s best astronauts, military test pilots. As NASA would tell the story, to its credit, NASA quickly realized that America’s best and brightest were not adequately equipped for dark space portal travel.

  NASA created the Portal Navigator Program in response to the failures of its best astronauts. Space portal travel proved to be dangerous and mentally taxing. NASA discovered that only those who possessed exceptionally high imagination, or a high imagination quotient, an ImQ, could navigate through dark space, entering and exiting portals without adverse consequences.

  In our future, 1,000 years from now, vessels from the Commonwealth of Nations travel to the deepest darkest reaches of the universe with the help of Portal Navigators. The Commonwealth has a wide array of colonies on habitable planets far away from Earth Prime. Portal Launch and Extraction Space Stations strategically placed throughout the galaxy and beyond help space vessels travel great distance in short amounts of time.

  The Commonwealth staffs all deep space vessels with two Portal Navigators. When vessels are ready to enter these space portals, the crews enter suspended animation, deep hypersleep, to protect them from the adverse effects of dark space travel. Portal Navigators can remain conscious during dark space portal travel. However, they usually do not unless there is some known risk such as traveling through a space portal for the first time.

  A large number of Commonwealth vessels have been lost traveling through dark space portals. One in one thousand jumps results in the loss of vessel and crew or sometimes just the loss of the crew. Scientists have never figured out what happened to these lost vessels and or crews and where they went. This potential for loss has become an accepted risk to the Commonwealth’s goals for expansion, exploration, and acquiring high valuable mineral and salvage rights.

  By the dawn of the Carvajal stellar year cycle, space exploration vessels began salvaging highly profitable ancient alien technology. The Commonwealth considers ships and crews that can retrieve such technology as heroes of the day.

  Losing one’s mind is an adverse effect risk of traveling through dark space portals. Acquiring riches is a positive effect if a crew can locate and recover ancient alien artifacts. Another side effect is long life. Dark space portal travelers enter into these portals and time stops for them until they exit, thereby making space portal travelers much older than normal people.

  Another thing, 1,000 years in the future, no one uses swear words like shit or fuck or piss or damn, or you fucking idiot. They simply say bleep. A thousand years into the future, people evolve, space travel evolves, and the emphatic words we might use also evolve. It’s the future and it sounds different.

  Now I do hope you have a bleep bleeping good time reading this story.

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