Aegea

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Aegea is my own interpretation of the aftermath of the film Prometheus. It is in no way connected to Ridley Scott or has any direct affect on the outcome of future films within this franchise it is simply my own imagining of events which occur as a result of the fictionary tale of the prequel Prometheus.
It is titled as such to represent the main protagonist Elizabeth as a metaphor to the aztec warrior tribe consisting of entirely females who weren't even allowed to conceive unless they had killed in battle. It is a short story containing 4 chapters headed 'The Departure', 'The Journey', 'The Sleep' and 'The Arrival'.
I wrote this not to represent a direct sequel but to create a bond between the two leads and to possibly set the scenario for when they arrive at the engineers home planet in my own vision.
I have only uploaded the first chapter so I hope you enjoy and any feedback, negative or positive is highly appreciated.

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Aegea

Submitted: December 09, 2012

Aegea is my own interpretation of the aftermath of the film Prometheus. It is in no way connected to Ridley Scott or has any direct affect on the outcome of future films within this franchise it is simply my own imagining of events which occur as a result of the fictionary tale of the prequel Prometheus.
It is titled as such to represent the main protagonist Elizabeth as a metaphor to the aztec warrior tribe consisting of entirely females who weren't even allowed to conceive unless they had killed in battle. It is a short story containing 4 chapters headed 'The Departure', 'The Journey', 'The Sleep' and 'The Arrival'.
I wrote this not to represent a direct sequel but to create a bond between the two leads and to possibly set the scenario for when they arrive at the engineers home planet in my own vision.
I have only uploaded the first chapter so I hope you enjoy and any feedback, negative or positive is highly appreciated. Read Chapter


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