The Vague Ship’s First Review

It happened!

Someone, has given The Vague Ship something it was in desperate need of! A review. I as the unintended creator of this vessel, want to reach out and say, thank you! It is the first response and review of what I hope are many. I can’t thank you enough! The Vague has begun to be explored! I can proudly say, I’ve a reviewed book! My gratitude is expounding!

Thank you, CanneB! I am honored.

Welcome to The Vague Ship

A Tale of Ambiguity

In an effort to remain free of contradictions, it is recommended to remain vague in all things. Take heed, bring courage. Into the Vague, we go.

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A big thanks to those who have recently purchased The Vague Ship! I appreciate the support and the spreading of a tale meant to froth about laughter.

If you are just joining in the adventures of ContradictionLand, and have been lucky enough to avoid the accidental guidebook, Contradictation (many have perished in its reading) then there is only one thing you need to know.

In ContradictionLand, if you Contradict yourself, you disappear.

In an event, both lost to remembrance and sense, The Vague Ship was created to attempt escape. Bren, the pilot, an all-round decent fellow, cluttered with bouts of unimaginable forgetfulness, and Captain Ralety, his commander, who often is brought to her wit’s end, are navigating through The Vague.

Adventure, laughter, awkward moments and much more, nestle themselves in our satirical journey. Nothing is ever what it seems and we have much to explore! The Vague awaits, you have been chosen.

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