From “Yesterday Never, Tomorrow, and Today”

A galactic trade union uses a laboratory-created disease on an alien race—causing the creatures to produce a rare xenon gas when close to death.



The commercial organization feeds a genetically modified plants to the Allohm humanoids residing on the planet Menhir-X. Jax Kepner slaves over a small plot of the crop for the trade union, hoping to pay off a debt to a faraway Earth society.




But Jax’s criminal past finally catches up to him.




Powerful, vivid and profound. “Yesterday Never, Tomorrow, and Today” is a mind-blowing twist on galactic science fiction.

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