I read this story when it was linked from a forum my book club uses. I enjoyed it as a bite-sized story of a delivery completed by Malo Kemp. To be frank, I enjoyed it much more than many of the 99-cent iPhone games I've bought. I did have a couple of issues with it. They're not huge show-stoppers, but things that the author may keep in mind on his next publication...
1) There were a lot of cliches in it. It read a bit like a spoof western where everybody talks in cliches. It was cute at first but got a bit stale.
2) The ending felt unresolved. When I got to the end of the story, I didn't understand why Malo described this run the way he did in the beginning.
3) It felt in some way like a teaser for a bigger book. There was a bit of world-building which felt unnecessary, given the length. Don't get me wrong, I liked the picture painted, it just seemed a bit much for how much story there was.
I know those seem like critiques, and I guess it's meant to be constructive. I really did enjoy the story. I kinda want to know what else is going on, maybe see a larger adventure for Malo. Also, I'd love to see why the people that contracted him for the job knew about him, why they relied on their knowledge as they did. There was one confusing (to me) plot hole about Malo buying navigation equipment which didn't make a lot of sense.
That all said, as stories go, this one was enjoyable. At 99-cents or free, it was worth the price of admission.