JUST RELEASED: Galactic Outlaws

Friday , 14, July 2017 3 Comments

The newest book in the Galaxy’s Edge series by Jason Anspach and Nick Cole.

A long, long time from now, at the edge of the galaxy…

Seven years after the Battle of Kublar, a young girl searches the crime-ridden gutters of a seedy starport for a hero to avenge her father’s murder. A short jump away, a double-dealing legionnaire-turned-smuggler navigates a treacherous course past Republic lackeys and wanton space pirates in search of an epic payday. And somewhere along the galaxy’s edge, a mysterious bounty hunter waits… for redemption? Or revenge? The voices in his head won’t say which.

It’s sleek starfighters, exotic aliens, loyal bots, blasters, scoundrels, heroes, and powerful enemies in a thrilling adventure that will take you back to that magic place from a long time ago…

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Praise for the bestselling Galaxy’s Edge series:

“You know you have a fantastic story on your hands when you start reading faster than your usual speed because you can’t wait to see what happens next.”

“Tight pacing, edge-of-your-seat action, and a soldier on the “bad side” whose only worried about the men next to him. If this is the quality we can expect from the rest of the Galaxy’s Edge Universe then consider me hooked!”

“A work of military science fiction so detailed you can feel the equipment and choke on the dust.”

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Don’t miss Legionnaire, the first book of the Galaxy’s Edge series!

 

3 Comments
  • deuce says:

    Cole’s a good writer. I need to get this series.

  • Gaiseric says:

    It is so far, fantastic. A review of this second book in the series, says: “It’s new, yet should feel very familiar to anyone who’s familiar with space opera tales of swashbuckling derring-do featuring laconic alpha male space cowboys who shoot first, space Templar-like warrior-monks who get into crazy martial arts sword-fights on space-ships, vast legions of faceless soldiers, and sassy space princess damsels in distress. It may not feel exactly like such stories that you’re already familiar with—and that’s on purpose—but it should feel like those stories deconstructed… and then reconstructed all over again. This time, all of the confusion over good and evil, black and white, what heroism is, who the good guys are, what a good guy is, what the dickens SJW dogma and political correctness has to do with space opera at all, etc. has all been washed away and what had become tired and disappointing is now a blank slate, ready to be made new, fresh and exciting again.”

  • Nathan says:

    I just read the first one last night. Very much takes the best parts of Star Wars and Warhammer 40k without being derivative of either series.

    Fans of mil-SF need to check this series out.

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