Bren's missing with a bounty on his head, which isn't Caleb's problem, until Turner Candelario makes it Caleb's problem. But why does a pirate with an ax to grind suddenly want to work with the down-and-out captain who killed his sister?
Coded messages. Abandoned mining outposts. And Fran's keeping secrets.
The mission stinks worse than the iron mines, but what else is there to do in the Nine systems now Caleb's trying to fly-right? Besides, Bren's bounty looks mighty tempting.
One should be dead, but death didn't stop her before. Chitec is gone, the Nine systems left in disarray, and in the chaos, One moves among them like a ghost, seeing what others cannot: a new malevolent force rises. A force One has encountered before. And caught in the middle of it all? Brendan Shepperd.
Chitec was just the beginning. The true 1000 Revolution begins now...
Caleb and the crew of the stolen Fortuitous are back. Vengeful pirates, bitter betrayal, gratuitous sex, missing synths, and more...
You didn't think it was all over... Did you?
Please note: the sample is not up-to-date. This series was previously known as Girl From Above.
Genre: sexy, dirty, science-fiction space opera
"A gritty space opera adventure." Publishers Weekly
"For fans of Richard Morgan's Takeshi Kovacs." BookBub reviewer
"This world is dark, the characters are twisted and I was completely hooked." ~ Feeling Fictional
"(1000 Revolution) is what would happen if HBO made a love child between the shows Firefly and Killjoys." ~ Smadas Book Smack
"It's as if Blade Runner, Firefly, and Ex_Machina had a baby named the 1000 Revolution!"~ Goodreads Reviewer
"Generous helpings of sex, drugs and rock n' roll plus the intriguing character of the post-human #1001 help this novel stand out from the crowd." ~ Book of the Week (May 2015) scifi365.net
"Prepare yourself for some laughs, thrills, and potentially some tears." ~ Sammie's Book Nook
"Unique, gritty and totally awesome." ~ Bookfever
Witches are disappearing all over New York and Ace Dante couldn’t care less. Until one holds his friend at gunpoint, demanding Ace take the job.
The witch produces a girl's severed arm, bearing an unusual hieroglyph, and Ace starts to care a whole lot more. He recognizes that mark. It’s connected to Ace in ways he doesn’t yet understand. Why is it on a dead witch’s arm?
Missing witches and severed arms aren’t Ace’s only problems. With a new name around his neck—Godkiller—Ace has a promise to uphold. He has three days to kill the god, Thoth. Or risk Osiris’s wrath. The last time Ace defied Osiris, he earned a curse that crippled his life and turned him into Osiris’s puppet for eternity.
This time, Osiris won’t be as lenient. Ace must kill Thoth. An impossible task. It takes a god to kill a god, and Ace is just a washed-up mercenary. Isn’t he?
As the spells are cast and the truth is revealed, there’s only one way out. Ace must become the monster the gods fear him to be.
The Soul Eater has a new name, and now, nobody is safe.
Caleb Shepperd knows Fran has her own motives for helping him escape prison, but he’s not about to let a little thing like past betrayal stand in the way of his next paycheck. Until he’s forced to meet with the sexy and psychotic pirate, Adelina Cande. They’ve met before. When he seduced her, cleared out her credit account, and left her for dead in-the-black.
Caleb figures Adelina holds a grudge when she plants a bomb on his ship and demands he steal a fleet freighter for her, that is, if he ever wants to fly again. Get him drunk enough and he’ll try anything once, but this time, he has to balance his own greed, with the needs of a vengeful pirate and the scheming of his dubious second-in-command, Fran. What could possibly go wrong?
In the heart of Chitec headquarters, #1001 enlists an eager young technician to aid in her escape. But it’s not freedom she wants. It’s revenge. The memories of a life that don’t belong to her demand she finishes what she started. She believes she killed Caleb, now she's targeting Chitec CEO Chen Hung, and not even the hopeful technician can dissuade her.
Synthetics don't make mistakes.
She thought she knew the truth.
She was wrong.
The fast paced sexy sci-fi series continues in Escape. Reviewers call the 1000 Revolution Series an exciting mix of Firefly, Ex_Machina, and Blade Runner.
WARNING: Adult content. 18+ only.
Genre - Space opera.