by Daniel Crux
Now with a ship and crew at their disposal, the Flint brothers at last embark on their vital mission: seek and “unlock” the greatest mystery to ever exist, one that has endured since the galaxy was young. Obviously this is no easy task, but the brothers and their crew are set nonetheless. For that they, under the direction of their newest matron, helm the Black Sun to begin their dangerous journey. In order to reach this mystery, they must first gain a specific set of items: an ancient compass for guidance and two keys that will “unlock” it. These objects are spread across the galaxy and cannot be accessed easily. The brothers must act fast to locate them before the objects fall into the wrong hands. Along the way, they encounter strange phenomena, Imperial forces that would love nothing more than to stop them, and a silent new enemy that watches from the distance, waiting to intervene. Can the Flints and the crew of the Black Sun evade their foes, or will these obstructions prevail over them? It’s a battle of wits, willpower, and strength. This outer-space thriller is a must-read for science fiction fans.
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.