Humanity has fallen from its once majestic place amongst the stars. Desperate for resources to prop up an aging galactic dynasty, humans seize every planet they find, exterminating their alien inhabitants.
Across the empire, a group of dissidents come together through happenstance. As they learn more, however, they sense a strange force directing their lives. Can they discover the truth before the empire destroys them?
Dispatched to subdue an uprising, a government operative unearths an ancient relic. It somehow knows everything about him, even his darkest secrets. The strange device promises extraordinary power, but can he trust it?
The first book in a four part saga, Breakers of the Dawn is epic science fiction, featuring a diverse cast of characters. It’s easy to read, but hard to put down. If you enjoy Dune, The Expanse, or Ender’s Game, you’ll love the Dawn Saga!
What Readers Are Saying:
★★★★★ "Very entertaining, very enjoyable. Recommended."
★★★★★ "Excellent literary level of science fiction."
★★★★★ "The story is packed with so much mystery and action that it is hard to put down."
★★★★★ "Great start to a promising new series."
★★★★★ "I didn't want it to end!"
★★★★★ "Superb story and series kickoff."
The Dawn Saga:
Book 1 - Breakers of the Dawn
Book 2 - Harbingers of the Dawn
Book 3 - Destroyers of the Dawn
Book 4 - Liberators of the Dawn
Also available as a discounted 4 book box set!
Dawn Saga Short Stories:
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If you’re put off by “Star Wars” physics this book might irritate you but otherwise the story moves along well.
My download had a lot of blank pages for some reason, even though I increased font size three times over what my normal reading uses. Almost a third of the book.
So if you’re looking for light reading and fairly standard space opera, get it.
Vivid character development happens by dedicating chapters to one character’s viewpoint. This way the story weaves itself together. Has a lot of blank pages that are totally unnecessary - the story definitely holds its own!