Before you buy this soon-to-be-released sci-fi novel, you should know more about its genre:
This first novel in the series has interesting characters, cool space action, and intense fighting scenes. However, if you’re looking for bazaar space aliens and hard sci-fi (meaning detailed and scientifically accurate) you won’t find much of it here. This is a fantasy story set in a sci-fi world (aka a space-fantasy) where human struggles are the focus (aka a space opera).
Mankind has done tremendous things. In the 20th century alone we’ve created motor vehicles, airplanes, televisions, computers, and other marvelous tech that is way beyond anything our ancestors could have imagined. Not to mention that we’ve sent men to the moon and back, probes to the edge of our solar system and beyond, and several rovers to Mars. It’s not too far-fetched to believe we might someday be able to travel far beyond our solar system and settle on other planets.
Humans are truly amazing. But we’re also our own worst enemies. The dangers the characters in this series face might have a sci-fi flair, but most perils are brought about by human greed, envy, and hate.
Do not despair. This series isn’t intended to instill pessimism in humanity. It’s meant to give hope. For if one person can break the cycle of brutality and hate, then there is hope for all of us.