Wil Calder is looking for a crew. He isn’t being picky. He should be.
With a crew of misfits from across the Galactic Commonwealth, Wil takes a job.
Break into a space station. Straightforward enough.
A space station that the galaxy’s criminals use to store their loot.
An untested crew. A heist. What could go wrong?
As often happens, Wil and new his crew get more than they bargained for.
A lot more. Like galactic conspiracy, more.
Now it’s up to a bunch of misfits and the only human to leave our solar system to save the Galactic Commonwealth from civil war.
No pressure, right?
US Review of books wrote:
"If you're looking for a lighthearted space saga, then this is definitely a book you're going to want to pick up."
Pulp Den wrote:
"This is an accessible and highly readable science fiction tale that relies on speculative technology and imagined scenarios but is never bogged down in heavy concepts or complex astrophysics."
"This was pure Flash Gordon space opera stuff, and the author kept the story moving at a fast pace with characters the reader will love."