In book 9 of the bestselling Two Moons of Rehnor series, a spaceplane has crashed on Lyra II, an undeveloped Mesozoic stage planet. All adults aboard are dead, leaving only ten year old Sara to survive alone. Meanwhile, something strange is happening even further out in the galaxy where a young man is kidnapped by a Space Cowboy. On top of that, the Palace of Mishnah is in a state of upheaval as formerly loyal Retainers scheme for control of the throne. The Imperial SpaceNavy must race to the rescue of both Sara and the young man while searching for a missing treasure which holds the key to solving the crisis at the Palace.
I wasn’t going to write it. In fact, I figured I was done with the series. After all, what more can one do after they’ve taken over the whole galaxy? Bowling and Bingo night in the Imperial Palace just wasn’t going to cut it. Then, I woke up one morning and the whole thing was in my head. Now, it’s on paper or rather the electronic version of such and my head is vacant again. Of course, others may disagree and say that my head has always had ample space for rent. In any case, enjoy the adventures of the next generation in Golden’s Quest, The Two Moons of Rehnor, Book 6.
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Golden’s Quest is just about finished. Those that know about these type things have advised me to call it officially Book 6 in The Two Moons of Rehnor series rather than start a new series. Planned release date is Sept 1 or sooner if we can manage it. What is it about, you say? Steven Golden has just been commissioned as an ensign in the Imperial SpaceNavy aboard the Empire’s newest ship, the Queen of Rozari. He’s assigned to the squad of the meanest, nastiest commander in the whole fleet, LCDR Marik Korelesk. Steven’s overprotective mom is having a little trouble adjusting to his absence and Steven himself is just not sure where he fits in. Add to that the Steven’s new friends including Sam, the nephew of famous pilot Zem, who discovers that unlike his uncle, he’s afraid to fly and Randy, who lives in the bowels of the ship in the top secret hacker lab. The adventures are quirky and fun and a planet or two is saved along the way. Oh yes, there’s also a princess searching for a prince but I’ll leave the rest up to you to discover.
Amazon put the paperback version of Book 2 in the series The Two Moons of Rehnor on sale for only $9.35. Now you can get both Book 1, The Boy who Lit up the Sky and Book 2 at almost a 30% discount. These will make great beach reads!