In the far future, humans and other spacefaring races have settled in hundreds of worlds via the use of faster than light technology. Across these star systems, two major factions are locked in a cold war of uneasy peace: the technocratic Union and the genome-harnessing Concordance, each side waiting for a sign of weakness in order to launch a war against the other.
The starship Nepenthe is a pirate vessel, her rough and ready crew loyal only to one another. Led by the enigmatic Captain Dangard, the cat-like alien Commander Creull, Zeno the synthetic, and the dashing, unorthodox Lieutenant Garrett Strand.
Several hundred years from now, humankind has colonized dozens of new planets using faster than light starships. It is a time of untold prosperity as huge, interstellar corporations have tremendous influence and power over the colonies they administer.
New Bali is a swamp world located 20 lightyears from Earth. The amphibious, methane-breathing natives have a unique culture that precludes conflict with the human settlers of the planet, and for over a century peace has prevailed.
But something has changed. The discovery of a dead human tourist amongst the native aliens creates a growing animosity. As the discord between the two races grows, ruthless power brokers take advantage of the ensuing turmoil to grab the reins of power.
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Lethe is a place of lies and betrayal. The people who live within its ancient foundations resort to guile and hypocrisy to further their own ends. The decadent aristocracy lives in fortress-like mansions, ignoring the suffering of the teeming masses to engage in all manners of debauchery. The Magi Order is hopelessly corrupt, openly defying the ancient laws that once held the brotherhood in high esteem amongst the people. Miri is stripped of her powers, and is forced to battle in the arenas to regain her freedom. Rion is indoctrinated into the noble class, his scant memories are hopelessly debilitated in order to ensure his loyalty for an insidious cause.
In the near future, a new space race has begun. Private industry is now pushing the limits of human exploration and colonization. NASA has changed its mandate into a regulatory agency that oversees all US-based corporations and individuals involved in interplanetary expansion.
Stilicho Jones always has his hands full while working as a personal troubleshooter for eccentric trillionaire Errol Flux and his numerous cutting edge space projects. When a mysterious and potentially catastrophic situation threatens the colonies on Mars, Stilicho must team up with a feisty NASA special agent in a race against time to avert a disaster that could very well end any hope of a permanent settlement on the Red Planet.
The end of the world is finally here. And it will be nothing like what you’d expect.
All over the earth, strange and horrific events begin to unfold. A US combat team in Iraq comes under attack from mystical forces, an anthropology professor has an eerie encounter at Stonehenge, a runaway teen finds a very strange pet in Arizona, a young orphan in Siberia meets a terrifying old woman, and a pair of NYPD detectives discovers the ghastly doings of a supernatural cult.
A large and diverse group of characters struggle to survive as civilization begins to collapse all around them. As each one realizes their true potential, every one of them must go through a personal, danger-filled journey in order to turn back the sweeping tide of chaos and destruction that threatens the entire world.
THE END OF THE WORLD HAS BEGUN. WHAT DO YOU DO?
Steve Symonds is just a typical 13-year old boy living in London. His main interests revolve around videogames, the internet, inline skating, and annoying his friends and family. But when the ancient gods of myth and legend suddenly appear out of nowhere and begin to cause havoc all over the world, Steve must find the strength and courage within himself in order to survive and ultimately prevail against a monstrous, supernatural tide of chaos that threatens all of humanity.
Pagan Apocalypse is a complete stand-alone novel and it is not necessary to read the other books in the Wrath of the Old Gods series in order to enjoy it. This book is suitable for ages 12 and up.