Here's an enjoyable little story. Lucky Thirteen by Marko Kloos
My review, but really you should read it first
Very nice work.
Identifiable and steady voice for the narration. Good pacing and strong characterization.
Nice job at building the connection between Halley and Thirteen. A very enjoyable read and one that maintains the suspension of disbelief.
One problem is that it feels like part of a larger work. This is good and bad. It's good that it hints at a larger world and gets the reader into more, but it also feels a bit "lonely".
A bit more rounding out of the world could help. Though that is easy to overdo, and any infodump would detract from the central story.
Which does have a nice timeless nature, another positive.