Waking up adrift in an ancient battleground, Alex is left dazed and confused with no clue how she ended up trapped aboard a failing vessel. With only a mysterious voice in her head to guide her she must act in order to survive.
Every piece of the puzzle she collects only leads to more questions about her origins and why she is trapped around a seemingly deserted star.
All she knows for sure is that she could die at any minute.
But she is not going to go down without a fight.
Follow Alex on her adventure as she upgrades her ship, forges new friendships, encounters new enemies, and does her best to balance her humanity with her growing abilities.
In space, isolation is a slow killer. Company quickens the pace
Regular schedule: Every other day.
What to expect: an action-packed *soft* sci-fi ship girl space opera that’s perfect for readers who love survival, military sci-fi and a sprinkling of progression / gamelit with stakes that grow with our protagonist.
Spoilers possible in the Book 2 and 3 synopsis below.
Escaping from an angry drone graveyard with the help and sacrifice of one of her own kind. Alex finds herself in a fringe system populated by mankind, a species that would fear and hate her if they knew the truth.
Still, she can't wait to see the new sights and make more friends! She just has to be a little subtle about it... And maybe trade in some anti-matter nuclear warheads while avoiding genocide on a planetary scale.
War is good for Business. Business depends on Diplomacy. Diplomacy warrants... Cakes and Kebab?
Ship? Destroyed. Core? Inactive. Friends and family? Unavailable. Alex faces the consequences of her choices on a ship full of strangers. Forced to confront a civilization built on the regulation of her kind, she's forced to learn and adapt to situations she never imagined. Some see her as the key to breaking a stalemate of a decades old cold war, others as a threat that will ignite the fires of war once more.
But all Alex wants is her sister and NAI back.
Meanwhile Starlight Revolution must manage the aftermath as best they can to rebuild, repurposing available resources while reaffirming their status as an budding system power fit to endure both military and corporate interests. And hopefully keep their status as possessors and producers of regulated, mostly illegal technologies from getting too many people killed or worse...
Hope and trust. The foundation of all enterprise. No more daunting a task than to rise again, foundation cracked.
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