Matt Wright’s debut novel and epic space opera about a desert planet struggling for its right to survive!
Ruin Star: Sun Maker Book One
Their world is dying…
…Wardens hold all the power.
The Dark Star looms over them.
When a boy named Gun meets an oathbreaker and a drunken scholar, he knows his life will never be the same. Driven from his desert town, he finds his place in the city.
But a revolution is brewing. The people are restless, and war looms closer every day.
What is Gun’s place in society?
Can he learn to fit in?
Aithen finds himself in a similar situation. When he saves a Warden’s life, everything gets better. But is he ready to join the military?
Will he ever belong?
What choice does he have?
One will enjoy privilege and station. The other will get everything taken from him. Both will change the world.
The intergalactic war still raged…
…freedom seemed within our grasp.
We never thought our wars would disturb the gods.
When Grey went MIA, his son Roth had a choice to make. As an intelligence officer in the Ascendancy war machine, his duty was to the military. When his homeworld breaks all ties with the military after an insurrection, Roth’s relationship with his superiors is strained.
But then he meets Trin.
She claims to have known Grey.
Can he trust her?
Roth’s father is a man of mythic proportions. Finding him will be harder than he thought. There are some in the military who want Grey to stay lost. Others revere him as more than a man. Their stories will help Roth come to understand his father and himself.
But then Roth meets the godlike Om—Grey has committed a terrible sin.
Can Roth find Grey before it’s too late?
Sometimes family is worth all the risks.
You’ll love this space opera because of the military-based science fiction, strong female characters, and the intergalactic journey of a son seeking to reconcile with his father.