TBR Spotlight: The Last Day of Captain Lincoln — by EXO Books

Cover image and summary from goodreads.com.

Title:  The Last Day of Captain Lincoln


Author: EXO Books (Yup, that’s his pen name)

Genre/Pages: Science-Fiction /  133

Summary: Captain Lincoln’s last day is the hardest day of his life.

An old, onetime Captain of the interstellar spaceship USNAS Hope Eternal, Lincoln always knew that this day would come. For just as birthdays are carefully planned, so are deaths. And although he must reckon with his fate, this is not a somber story. It is a tale of love and sacrifice, told in the context of the most advanced civilization ever to exist—a society that has taken to the stars in an effort to save all that is best in humanity.

Follow Lincoln through his internal struggles, his joy in having lived, and his journey to peace.

The End is just the beginning.”

Cover Review: Ehhhhhhhh not so good. Pretty bad, actually. It does a good job of giving the sci-fi feel, but I’m really just not a fan of the art style itself.

Why I put it on my TBR list: This book has a summary that teases an incredible premise and world, but give you almost no information about the story itself.  Deaths that are planned? An effort to save all that is best in humanity? The end is just the beginning? Basically, I’m just confused after reading the summary. Confused, but very intrigued. And since it’s such a short read (133 pages), I’m definitely going to give it a try when I get back from my mission! I have loved science-fiction for a very long time, and I love supporting indie authors, so you can bet that I’ll be reading this one. 

Do you love science-fiction? Make sure to grab your copy of The Last Day of Captain Lincoln!

Attention: This is a scheduled, pre-written, post. I am serving a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Jan. 2017 through Jul. 2018, and will not be checking my blog email, or updating my blog during that time. (I may have some already written posts scheduled go live during that time, but I will not be active on my blog, and these posts are completely my own opinion and are not representative of the opinions or stances of the church). For more information about Mormon missionaries, go to: lds.org or mormon.org.

Any book requests or other communication received in that time will not be responded to until after July 2018.

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