Both The Lilly and the Jumelle are Prowess Class Caldurian technology spacecrafts. The ships are both exploration ships as well as warships. Constructed primarily of exotic light-weight materials, they still have an overall weight between 60 and 80 metric tons, the Lilly at 300 feet long and the Jumelle at 350 feet long. The ship’s hulls are coated with multiple self-repairing nanite layers. The vessels maintain a crew between 200 and 250 individuals. Click the green pulsing dots to jump to a close up view of each area. Reminder: Keep scrolling down for 3D Diagram of The Lilly!
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I’ve read all of your books in this series and loved them.
Thanks Jim … appreciate the support.
Oh man … this would be a stinkin’ GREAT addition to your books. Any plans to include any of this material in your ebooks? This is the EXACT kind of thing that I’ve been looking for in ebooks since they first started producing books electronically. oh please, oh please ….
There is very little about your books that I do not like. I, for one, have no problems with the young daughters having such pivotal roles in the story line. Heck, wish I could grow up to be Boomer, and I’m 65. As to the introduction of a gay character, again I have no problem. Your characters are beginning to reflect our society. That is more appropriate than total exclusion. And no, I am not gay. I just happen to be an old fart who believes in live and let live.
As to your providing ships for viewing, absolutely amazing. You are the only author in my experience who has put so much time and effort into helping your readers see what you are imagining. Sure, some provide maps, or an illustration, but you, sir, are unequaled in your desire to share your vision of ships. I am forever grateful.
I started reading S&F back in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s. I commend you on your creations. I enjoy your interaction between the characters. The framework created for the stories, e.g., ships, races, systems, governments, and other Structures are super. The creation of the ships in graphical format is an outstanding aid to the reader. Thanks for the ‘rides’.
I’m now just discovering this series and I’m absolutely blown away!! 🙂
I’m hooked! Since my retirement from education, I have found a renewed enjoyment from reading. I own a Kindle and found your books on Amazon as a suggestion to similar books I’m currently reading. I love Science Fiction and you caught interest with Scrapyard Ship. In fact, I purchased the series to keep me company while on vacation. I just wanted to say thank you and hope you continue with this theme.
Scrap yard was a good story. But the deal with Stalls was ridiculous. Nan was killed by him, Mollie kidnapped multiple times and our captain continued to pussyfoot with the guy? Give me a break. How many crew personnel died because of that? That’s called incompetence! That jerk Stalls should’ve been killed multiple times. When he told Stalls on the call “I’m gonna kill you” I naturally said “you ain’t gonna do s***!” I was right. Don’t make characters so ridiculously lucky. It unreal. Thanks
Thank you for the interesting stories