Iástron

Iástron

James C. Dunn

James C. Dunn

Two-hundred years ago the powerful Iástron race disappeared. Fifty years ago it died out completely. Darkness followed. War and death and suffering, born of prejudice and fear, fills the Four Systems. Crilshar’s power grows. The Systemal Alignment trembles. Titan, the only force able to fight back, has never been weaker.Two-hundred years ago the powerful Iástron race disappeared. Fifty years ago it died out completely. Darkness followed. War and death and suffering, born of prejudice and fear, fills the Four Systems. Crilshar’s power grows. The Systemal Alignment trembles. Titan, the only force able to fight back, has never been weaker.Upon Titan, moon of Saturn, Anna Berenguer plans her escape. A way out of the relentless shadow. Her personal demons are but a sign of what is to come. Her journey into the unknown a battle with fate itself. Her destiny as yet unclear. Her enemy and the enemy of all mankind . . . awoken.
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Vontaura

Vontaura

James C. Dunn

James C. Dunn

Crilshar has risen. Titan has fallen. The Alignment is at war. Following the horrors of Erebus, Anna Berenguer and Antal Justus return home. One to Titan, the other to Earth. Reunited with his old crew, Justus is driven by the guilt of losing Peter Marx, and races headlong into a fight with an enemy beyond his wildest nightmares.Volume II of the Gilaxiad SeriesCrilshar has risen. Titan has fallen. The Alignment is at war. Following the horrors of Erebus, Anna Berenguer and Antal Justus return home. One to Titan, the other to Earth. Reunited with his old crew, Justus is driven by the guilt of losing Peter Marx, and races headlong into a fight with an enemy beyond his wildest nightmares. The Dark Lord Malizar lives. Sinister, methodical, and hauntingly formidable, Malizar envisages a single future: one ablaze with war. With the help of allies, old and new, Anna and Justus prepare to face the greatest threat. Only, the menace which looms is not the enemy they thought. A darkness and silence is approaching.
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