The Frozen Watch

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The Frozen Watch
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Author Matthew Kerwin
Canonical Yes
Edition 1st
Format Book (E-book)
Language English
Pages TBD
Publisher Mongoose Publishing
Version Mongoose 2nd
Year Published 2019
Available from Mongoose
Also See Frozen Watch
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The Frozen Watch is a Mongoose Publishing product.

  • It is a science fiction short story written for Mongoose 2nd.

Description (Specifications)

Marine Gunnery Sergeant Walker emerges from cold sleep and is blown out of an assault cutter into orbit. Surrounded by the frozen corpses of comrades, with no communications and a battle dress computer that speaks the wrong language, quick thinking is critical. Walker must figure out a way to land safely on the unknown planet below or burn up trying.

This story comes in Mobi, ePub and PDF formats.

Table of Contents

The Frozen Watch
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Library Data Entries (Public)

  1. Frozen Watch

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Meta-history & Background (Dossier)

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Credits (Primary Sources)

Credits (Primary Sources)
Credit Authors & Contributors
Author Matthew Kerwin

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