Wild Sun

· Uproar Books
Ebook
324
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

On a world enslaved, the last embers of hope are fading into an unrelenting darkness. Conquered and broken, the natives are forced to ravage their own lush planet of its natural resources—all for the glory of a mysterious empire they’ve never seen and barely comprehend.

But not all light is lost. In the heart of one young woman alone, the gods have set a flame that cannot be extinguished. Cerrin remains as fierce and unyielding as the planet itself. And her chance to strike is fast approaching.

Above the skies of her home world, soldiers of the empire are welcoming their new civilian commander—a vicious nobleman blinded by hidden ambitions. When the new face of darkness turns its eyes on Cerrin, the fate of countless worlds will change forever.

(Second edition: updated, new preface by the authors)

About the author

Ehsan and Shakil Ahmad simply love the art of storytelling-as audience or creators. It's a passion they've shared since their childhood, growing up in New York City as the first-generation American children of immigrants from Pakistan.At first, this passion drove the brothers in different directions in life. For Ehsan, it meant traveling across four continents to meet the people of countless cultures and hear their stories firsthand. For Shakil, it meant seeking a deeper understanding of human nature through degrees in psychology and social research.In their late twenties, the brothers reunited in Pennsylvania to start a wedding film company that specialized in going beyond capturing a single event and instead telling the story behind it. Ehsan also spent those years writing lyrics and playing bass for an alt rock band, recording three studio albums. In their thirties, they sold the film company and returned to the city of their birth where they now work for separate tech startups. But the brothers have never stopped collaborating on screenplays and novels.In January 2019, Ehsan and Shakil signed with Uproar Books-the first authors to be offered a contract by the new publisher. Their debut novel Wild Sun will launch in spring 2019, to be followed by two more books in the Wild Sun series.Ehsan and his wife welcomed their first child into the world in 2

Ehsan and Shakil Ahmad simply love the art of storytelling-as audience or creators. It's a passion they've shared since their childhood, growing up in New York City as the first-generation American children of immigrants from Pakistan.At first, this passion drove the brothers in different directions in life. For Ehsan, it meant traveling across four continents to meet the people of countless cultures and hear their stories firsthand. For Shakil, it meant seeking a deeper understanding of human nature through degrees in psychology and social research.In their late twenties, the brothers reunited in Pennsylvania to start a wedding film company that specialized in going beyond capturing a single event and instead telling the story behind it. Ehsan also spent those years writing lyrics and playing bass for an alt rock band, recording three studio albums. In their thirties, they sold the film company and returned to the city of their birth where they now work for separate tech startups. But the brothers have never stopped collaborating on screenplays and novels.In January 2019, Ehsan and Shakil signed with Uproar Books-the first authors to be offered a contract by the new publisher. Their debut novel Wild Sun will launch in spring 2019, to be followed by two more books in the Wild Sun series.

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