Indigo Starling: The Shattered Empires, Book 1 - A Novel

Indigo Starling: The Shattered Empires, Book 1 - A Novel

by Dundas Glass
Indigo Starling: The Shattered Empires, Book 1 - A Novel

Indigo Starling: The Shattered Empires, Book 1 - A Novel

by Dundas Glass

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Overview

'Love this. This got my attention from the very beginning and kept me reading.' Krystina Kellingley, author of Mistflower the Loneliest Mouse

In a galaxy that bears the scars of millennia of war, peace is maintained by the Dioscuri, a near-mythical group of assassins. Mordax L'Amfour is a Traveller, an interstellar trader, scratching out a living on the fringes of civilisation with his father and the crew of their ship, the Indigo Starling. When cargo haulers begin disappearing, Mordax can't understand his father's insistence on investigating. But after his family is attacked, he has only one goal: revenge. Even if that means knocking on the door of the Dioscuri themselves. Akira Kudo is the daughter of the leader of the Kudo-kai. Once their empire spanned half the galaxy and innumerable worlds. That's all gone. Dismantled by the Dioscuri until all that's left to them is a single star system. But now the supply of fuel for their starships, their lifeblood, has been cut off and even the remnants of their empire are under threat. Akira must travel to a hostile planet and negotiate with a madman to save her family's fortunes. That is, if she can stay alive long enough to get there.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781803415512
Publisher: Cosmic Egg Books
Publication date: 06/01/2024
Pages: 408
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dundas Glass grew up in London and is a Classics graduate of the University of Cambridge. After a short spell as a Latin teacher, attempting the Sisyphean task of teaching children to conjugate, he went to law school and now works as an international litigator. He has a lifelong love of science fiction, fed by his father's battered copies of books by Asimov, Jack Vance and Philip K. Dick, and he writes in his spare time. Indigo Starling is his first novel and the first in a planned trilogy. He lives in London, UK.
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