THIRTY PLANETS. TWO SUNS. ONE WAR. DANGER EVERYWHERE.
Having deserted the endless combat of an interstellar war together, Tawny and Benjar Dash spend their lives navigating a war-torn galaxy as interplanetary cargo runners. Now, evading both the Imperium and the Underworld Cabal presents a constant set of challenges … especially once technical data on the war’s most lethal moon cannon falls into their hands.
Pursued by a host of hired bounty hunters, running headfirst into a trap seemed inevitable. So once Benjar is captured by a nefarious conspiracy group hell-bent on dominating the entire solar system, it’s up to Tawny to strike a bad bargain with one of their biggest enemies to get him back. And the galaxy? Yeah—it might just get its narsicles kicked.
Fans of fast-action sci-fi space opera who think Han shot first and Captain Mal definitely should’ve gotten with Inara will love A Space Rules Adventure series.
“What a thrill ride … A fantastic space adventure indeed!” — Amazon Australia
“An absolute gem. A must read for all fans of this genre. If I could give it more than five stars I would.” — Amazon UK
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Ian Cannon might normally tell people he’s a native Texan, hails from the DFW area and studied film at UNT. But you’re not normal people, are you. So, the truth? Ian Cannon is actually from the furthest star among the Sigma Nu formation, joined the Interstellar Expeditionary League, and traveled amongst the Centauri quadrant before making the Earth his home.
Intrigued by you humans’ love of story telling, he’s decided to write about far away people and faraway places. But he’s noticed something about humanity that astounds him. It runs universally throughout all the stars he’s ever visited. As such, he tries to make his stories … human.
Inspired by the people he’s met, like Han, Mal and James T., he hopes you enjoy what he has to say, but never fear–he’s a fairly benevolent alien and presents no threat whatsoever to the blue planet. So, curl up with one of his stories and engage! (They actually do say that.)