In the 43rd Century, Commander Bren Montclare VC, is at the top of his career and has everything ever wanted after a lifetime of service to the navy. Engaged to the niece of the king and serving in a glamorous posting, he is envied by many for his good fortune. In a single evening it all comes crashing down amidst blood and terror.
Losing everything, he becomes a pawn for the shadowy figures in the background controlling his fate. Kept isolated, an ultra-secret intelligence project is revealed and a new role in life is given to him... banishment to the fringes of humanity and the distant Hinterlands.
Lexington is set in the same universe as The Artemis Files series of books and is a novella outlining some of the elements that occur before the first book in the series, Elysium. This book can be read at any time in the Artemis Files series, as the lead-in or after the others.
This is one of those fairly in-depth storage you want to read more of now that I’ve read part one I can’t wait for part two and there and so forth. I’m glad to know more it’s not good enough started and finished in one day that’s how good of a story it is.