The emperor of the galaxy has fallen, leaving his exiled daughter to pick up the pieces.
The once-idyllic Andlios Republic has fallen into chaos after the passing of Emperor Freeman. His son, Cronus, a madman bent on total control of the galaxy, rules in his stead. Adrift on the fringes of republic space, Katrijn Freeman must return home and fulfill her father's dying wish: restore democracy to their fractured republic.
There are more forces in play, though. Another princess with a claim to the throne and the Earth Ministry on the other side of the galaxy, bent on domination.
It's a race to restore order as Katrijn must traverse the cosmos with her closest allies, caught between humanity's two great civilizations. Humanity's two great civilizations clash as Katrijn and her friends explore their own humanity, trying to avoid repeating the same mistakes that have led to much suffering.
It's a space adventure for the ages. This bundle includes:
- Cydonia Rising
- Ganymede's Gate
- Monolith's End
The Emperor of the galaxy has fallen, slain at the hands of his own son.
Forced into exile, Katrijn was tasked with a mission sent to her by her father from beyond the grave: free the people of the Andlios Republic. Her biggest hurdle? First it's the assassins sent after her by the emperor. After years alone on the fringes of the galaxy, who will be there to help her dethrone the mad emperor and reclaim the throne. Then, it's dealing with her brother...
The Mad Emperor himself.
Katrijn must carve her own path forward, forging new alliances and swallowing her pride to take whatever help she can find along the way, no matter how... unconventional that help seems, even from sworn enemies.
If dethroning her deranged brother isn't hard enough, she's not the only one gunning for the throne, making it a deadly race to save the people of Andlios in this action-packed space epic.
The war is over, and there are no winners. Just a broken galaxy.
Now humans and aliens must share this war-torn galaxy. None of this matters to Drake, though, he's just an artist. He's tagging along on the busted up ship Trystero, along with its ragtag crew. Together, they traverse the Demilitarized Zone between Terran and Gra'al borders, taking on any job they can find. Big or small. Human or alien.
The galaxy changes when the crew encounters a derelict alien ship, its crew slaughtered. With his dying breath, a crewman points them to a box. In it? An abandoned alien baby. When their government refuses to get involved, Drake and the crew need to return the baby they've been calling Bruce home, a bloodthirsty warlord on their tail.
His quest? Find Bruce and claim the Gra'al throne, declaring a new war on humanity.
Drake never wanted to be a hero... now he's all that stands in the way of a fragile peace between humans and aliens.
They were stranded far from home. Their mission to restore order a failure.
Jace and Loren fought hard to restore Katrijn to the throne, yet here they are stranded in a far off star system with no one to trust. Trapped. Helpless. At the mercy of Earth's corrupt Ministry forces.
They need to find a way back home, no matter the cost, all while fugitives from humanity's two warring sides entrenched in different sides of the galaxy. With only their wits and the kindness of strangers to guide them, Jace and Loren must help Katrijn to return home and restore order to the Andlios Republic.
The only path they have... is to blast their way through Ganymede's Gate.
The Empress took the galaxy for herself at the cost of her humanity.
Alva's ascent to the throne was not without its challenges, but Trella always stood by Alva's side. Until now. Cast aside for tradition and power, Trella is adrift without a tether in the galaxy. The woman she sacrificed so much for has no use for her anymore.
With a renewed sense of urgency, Trella sets out to win her lover back, but can she hold on to the humanity she worked so hard for?
Her path is intertwined with that of Jace Krios and the princess in exile, Katrijn. A vision of a fatal clash between Alva and Katrijn sends Jace to the edges of time and space to save Katrijn from herself, only to find himself more lost than ever. He must confront his greatest fear to keep humanity from unraveling.
Friendships are tested, hearts are broken and change waits for no one in the third installment of the Andlios space opera series.
A bloody battle left the planet Thuul as a watery grave for human and alien alike.
For Valencia and the crew of the Trystero it was just another planet and their job was simple: retrieve some jettisoned cargo nearby and return it to their client. The simple jobs were always the ones that caused the most problems, though.
The crew of the ship that had lost the cargo? Missing. Never mind a flickering, unidentified alien vessel appeared in orbit around the watery planet Thuul and reports of ships going missing nearby.
With her crew already drifting apart and everything she's worked for hanging in the balance there's no room for mistakes. The mystery of Thuul and the flickering sentinel in orbit lead Valencia and the crew into the depths of their own minds in this psychological space adventure.
He may be dead but the power of a god lives on.
Drake’s life will never be the same again, not after an all-powerful being took root inside his mind. Drake saw Him die with his own eyes, destroyed along with an entire planet. Then why does Drake still hear that voice in the back of his head?
Valencia has her own demons to face, her bond with Emma—the Sentinel—left her to mull her own existence and crave the family she never had more than ever. Drake ran off to take care of Bruce and that new guy aboard the Trystero? What a joke.
Slowing down isn’t an option, though, not when the enraged son of a fallen Gra’al warlord—the one they killed—has his sights set on the power stirring inside of Drake and exacting his revenge on the galaxy.
He’ll stop at nothing to repair his shattered lineage, even if it means the destruction of both the Terran and Gra’als altogether.
The bullet from a lone assassin unleashes a symphony of destruction in the galaxy.
Locked up in endless meetings, Valencia finds herself at the whim of the Terran government while they plot the best use for the amazing powers she can command... Or at least the powers she could command. With each passing day, her connection with the Sentinel slips from her grasp, leaving her desolate and depressed.
Across the galaxy, Drake grapples with the immensity of his own transformation. Shielded by Valencia from Terran officials, he’s raising the heir to the Gra’al throne in his own isolation while danger simmers inside of him that promises to tear him apart unless he can learn to control it.
Progress stops for no one, though, as a fringe extremist group invites chaos back into the galaxy, stoking the flames within Terran space to arise and destroy the carefully won peace with the Gra’al.
The crew of the Trystero ride again, the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance.
They traversed the cosmos in search of a new home. They found more than they looked for...
Two generations lived and died aboard the Omega Destiny and now, after eighty years, home was on the horizon. Everything is going according to plan until Jonah discovers a strange object in space shrouded in mystery, the only clue being a missing cosmonaut.
What he discovers not just changes their mission, but human history itself.
Time is running out, and it's too late to turn back. Jonah and everyone aboard are on a collision course with their new home and humanity's cycle of destruction that promise to put the lives of these intrepid colonists in grave danger.
Finally, he's home, but now Jonah needs to face his greatest challenge yet... breaking the cycle. A prequel to Cydonia Rising, read about Jonah Freeman and Peter O'Neil's arrival to the mysterious Andlios and find out how it all began.