Janua Mutiny: A Paradisi Chronicles novella

· Ever-Sea Press

About this ebook

Janua Mutiny

Genre: Near-Future Scifi, Apocalyptic Earth, Colonization, First Contact 

A new galaxy.
A new set of challenges for Solomon Reach. 

Solomon Reach and his crew may have survived the gatejump to Andromeda galaxy, but a whole new set of catastrophes await on the other side. 

A wormhole collision mid-jump has left the SS Challenge disabled outside of Janua Station, presumably built by the other humans who arrived two years earlier. Except this station looks like it was built a century ago. A mission to explore the seemingly deserted station leads to disaster as the vulnerable SS Challenge succumbs to a well-planned mutiny. 

If Solomon doesn’t make it back to the ship in time to save the hostaged crew from his old nemesis Mads Graversen, he will die aboard Janua Station hundreds of thousands of miles from the planet he’s waited a lifetime to reach: New Eden.

About the author

 USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Cheri Lasota is a freelance author, editor, designer, and founder of AudaVoxx.com. Her bestselling debut novel, Artemis Rising, is a 2013 Cygnus Awards First Place Winner and a 2012 finalist in the Next Generation Indie Books Awards. Cheri also helped found the Paradisi Chronicles, a massive open-source sci-fi universe set on the fictional planet, New Eden. Her Paradisi Exodus series focuses on the early years of the human exodus from Earth to the new planet. Cheri’s most recent project is her ambitious Historical Fantasy series, Immortal Codex, which explores the lives of immortals throughout history. Sign up to receive news of Cheri’s latest book releases via her newsletter at CheriLasota.com.

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