Thanks to Sarah Martinez and aided by newly developed FTL—faster than light—technology, humanity has spent the last four hundred years spreading to every corner of the galaxy.
But as FTL jumps increase in number, a new danger presents itself: Breaches. Ragged tears in spacetime, they lead to a dead world filled to the brim with terrifying creatures that consume the populations of entire planets. In response, the once-secret order of Hunters has come forward. Wielding an eldritch force called the Sacred Flame, Hunters seal the Breaches and banish the demons back to Hell.
Dee Terganon is one such Hunter.
When a ship tears a Breach on the moon of a privately owned frontier world, Dee and her team respond, but when they drop out of FTL above the ravaged moonscape, there’s an otherworldly pulsing coming from the Breach… one that beats in time with her heart and rattles her soul.
The Breach is open, and the demons stretch into the void. Searching. Clawing. Consuming.
Only Dee can stop them… but it will cost her far more than she has to give.
Coming Soon (Print/Ebook):
- “The Council,” a new novel by Kayla Krantz in July.
- “Gods of War,” a new novel by William S. Frisbee, Jr. on July 8.
- “Uncivil War,” a new Abner Fortis novel by P.A. Piatt on July 15.
- “Fire and Bone,” a new novel by James Tarr on July 22.
- “TBD” on July 29.
- “The Elemental Coven,” a new novel by Kayla Krantz on August 1.
Coming Soon (Audio):
- “Action,” a new Salvage Title novel by Nick Steverson in late June.
- “Pacific Shogun,” a new Fallen World novel by Jamie Ibson on June 21.
- “The Next Crusade,” a new LFS novel by John E. Siers in early July.
- “Ally,” a new 4HU novel by Ezell/Wolf on July 19.
- “Tango Two Two,” a new Abner Fortis, ISMC, novel by P.A. Piatt in late July.
- “Wildcat,” a new Fallen World novel by William Joseph Roberts on August 9.
- “Redacted Weapon,” a new 4HU RotP novel by Ikenberry/Steverson on September 6.
- “Tempest Rage,” a new 4HU novel by Kennedy/Wandrey on September 20.
- “Blue Salvation,” a new Fallen World novel by Benjamin Tyler Smith on October 4.
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