Bad luck, lethal aliens and a hero who has just been court-martialed are all present and correct in our Book of the Week – ‘Star Splinter’.
By: J.G Cressey
Lieutenant Callum Harper hadn’t intended on punching his commanding officer quite so hard. But maybe it wasn’t such a bad turn of events. Court-martialed and dumped on a reject raft bound for Earth, Cal feels optimistic about a life where getting blown up, shot, or even eaten is altogether less of a concern.
Unfortunately, fate has other ideas. Crash-landing on a lethal planet, and with technology failing all around him, Cal must take his fellow passengers under his wing in order to survive.
Theirs is a small part of a much larger crisis. Colonized space is under attack. Humanity is on the verge of chaos. And those who enjoy such anarchy are already beginning to thrive.
Yet Cal and his new companions will discover that mankind isn’t the true threat, not by a long shot.
Falling squarely into the Space Opera category, ‘Star Splinter’ is one of those novels designed to be devoured in a single sitting.
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