Defying Death And Carinae E

By on May 20, 2016

In Defying Death, Death and Tifara stop at Carinae E to restock nutrition bars.

Here’s a snippet…


“We’ll work together going forward. We’ll have to. In a little over a planet rotation, we’ll land on Carinae E. It’s a primitive, harsh planet.”

Airspace wasn’t monitored, which appealed to her cyborg. There were great expanses of terrain with very few inhabitants. A ship could land and depart without detection.

The databases also described the planet as lacking sanitation and liquid purification systems. That intrigued Tifara.

“The locals could have viruses humanoids haven’t seen in solar cycles.” A thrill zinged through her. “Like Silean 5692.”

Death grunted. He didn’t sound as enthused as she was about that prospect.

“That virus has a cure but the local population might not have it.” They were isolated. “We could share it with them and save millions, thousands.” She thought about the number more. “High hundreds.” The planet wasn’t very populated. “Of beings.”


Carinae E is named after the stars in the constellation Carina.

Carina contains Canopus (formerly called Alpha Carinae), a white-hued supergiant that is the second brightest star in Earth’s night sky. It is 313 light-years from Earth.

Carina also contains Beta Carinae and Theta Carinae, blue-white hued stars, Epsilon Carinae, an orange-hued giant star, and Iota Carinae, a white-hued supergiant star, among other stars. There are several double stars and binary stars in the constellation.

Little is known about the planets in the constellation. Could there be a planet like Carinae E? It’s possible.


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Defying Death

He’ll risk it all for one moment of happiness.

Cyborgs don’t show emotion. Death learned that lesson early in his long lifespan. To survive, he hides his fierce passions behind a stoic wall. He calls no warrior friend. He never admits to caring for any being.

Even the human female he’s destined to love.

Tifara is Death’s obsession, his sole opportunity for happiness, to express the all-consuming passion burning brightly inside him. He’ll do anything to obtain the curvaceous medic: defy a direct order, abduct Tifara from her battle station, and wage war on his fellow cyborgs.

To earn her love, he’ll have to risk much, much more.

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2 responses to “Defying Death And Carinae E”

  1. Jalanne Barnes says:

    I can’t understand why all the other cyborgto s are allowed happiness with their females, but Death was forbidden that right. The book is telling me that Safryne wants her friend, selfishly for herself and doesn’t care that she is with Death. Crash agrees with her and is willing to hack of Death’s head to separate the two. They are forced to spend the rest of their lives on the home world to prove that point. I am truly disappointed with the story. Death is expected to give up his woman, get his head hacked of and she has to live on Homeland. Everyone is being selfish. I thought Crash was a worthy person. He’s not. Willing to hack of his head! I previously read this book and felt betrayed by a couple I’d thought was good people. Turns out they are despicable! I just read series again. I thought I must have been wrong. Nope. I feel like Crash has betrayed Death. Because he refused to give up his lover. Not.going to read anymore of series. I’m upset because I bought the rest of series. Why should I gread anymore of this series when it clearly is meaning to mess over other cyborgs. Or was this just one anti-cyborg book? It was just wrong and selfish to want possession of Death’s girlfriend. And to chop his head off for finding a girlfriend!

    • Cynthia Sax says:

      I’m sorry you feel this way, Jalanne.
      I sent you a long email (are there any other kinds from me? – grins).
      Please let me know if you don’t receive it.

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