Phoenix Rising

Phoenix Rising

by Glenda C. Finkelstein


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Phoenix Rising by Glenda C. Finkelstein

The Rundi War is finally over, but the fragile peace hammered out in government chambers was very costly. Captain Rico Sanchez's best friend, Captain Conrad Banes of the War Ship Phoenix, the most decorated captain of the war was executed for treason casting a shadow of shame upon his surviving crew. Rico vows to clear his friends name and restore honor to his beleaguered crew. His quest for the truth, however, will uncover a deadly conspiracy. His first mission to evacuate human colonists from Hyperion, the only concession of the peace treaty, will prove to be an integral part of that conspiracy. Some of the colonists aren't willing to give up their prime piece of real estate without a fight. This uprising could thrust them back into war and unwittingly uncovers the truth about why the Rundi wanted peace. If the truth is discovered, it will cost Captain Sanchez his life. If the truth remains hidden, it could cost humanity their existence.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991409006
Publisher: Final Destiny Press
Publication date: 01/10/2014
Pages: 430
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.87(d)

About the Author

Glenda C. Finkelstein is an award winning science fiction writer, with six novels, short stories, and poetry currently in print. Her most popular titles are "The Edge of the Universe," and "Nemesis Rising." She is also an accomplished screenplay writer. Her most recent film, "Perfect Copy," was nominated for Best Dramatic Short at the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival in 2007 in which she also stars. Her talents also include voice acting in her audio book release of "Nemesis Rising," and a brief stint on an internet TV show called Sci-Fi Times TV as the ditsy alien Nikto. You can check out her work on

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