Black Sun: Curse of the Nebula

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With two Babels found and much gold accumulated, Jonathan and Alexander are well on their way toward claiming Arcadia and their lost legacy.

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Description

by Daniel Crux
With two Babels found and much gold accumulated, Jonathan and Alexander are well on their way toward claiming Arcadia and their lost legacy. Yet, through such providence, a new conflict emerges: war now embroils the Outer Rim as two great conglomerates vie for an unknown prize. A war that threatens to escalate all too quickly, potentially embroiling the rest of the galaxy.

Having no choice but to intervene, the brothers and their crew soon find themselves reluctant privateers. Carnage and bloodshed rampant, with many innocents caught in between, the Flints can only strive for victory. Victory that would see one belligerent destroyed and the other unopposed.
Through their fighting however, the Flints learn such to be but a fraction of a much greater whole. All while one of their own is forced to confront her much dreaded past, as well as those she had long left behind…

About the Author

Daniel Crux is an up and coming science fiction author (at least in his mind) and the creator of the Black Sun space opera series. He lives in a small, nowhere town called Phoenix, Arizona, where he usually spends his days doing one of two things: dreaming and writing. When he’s not doing either, chances are he’s wasting his life away by watching movies or playing video games, if not visiting local bookstores to see how the “other half” lives.

Unable to find work shortly after leaving college, his family encouraged him to pursue his desire to write and build his business from that. Thus, for the following years, he focused on writing, eventually producing the Black Sun series. Beyond his passion for writing and his love of science fiction, he is also an amateur historian who loves reading and researching various historical topics, which oft times translates into his work.

Additional information

Weight .1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 9 × .5 in
ISBN

978-0-9814648-5-5

LCCN

2020948934

Pages

420