In 2188, Meriel Hope exposed the corrupt leaders ruling the galaxy.
Now they want to kill her. Again.
After witnessing the slaughter of her parents and surviving a brutal crusade to silence her, Meriel is determined to build a new life with John and their stepdaughters in the far stars.
But on their desert colony of Haven, riots rumble through the refugee camps, and mutilated corpses are dumped nearby. Whispers arise of ‘Archers,’ a criminal cult who claims her homeworld—and its inhabitants—as their own.
When they frame Meriel for a horrific crime, the time for hiding is over. A thousand years of tyranny looms as Meriel, John, and her crew fight their way across the galaxy.
But to protect the ones she loves, Meriel must face the inner demons she’s been running from, and the monsters who created them.
Pandor’s Razor is a stand-alone sequel in Hope’s War Universe.
Praise for Home: Interstellar, Book 1 in the Hope’s War Universe:
Winner: Self-Published e-Book Awards, Genre Fiction, Writers Digest.
Winner: 2017 Global eBook Award.
Winner: 2016 Reader's Favorite International Book Award.
"Hard sci-fi with a heart...complex, compelling tale of galactic intrigue." --Kirkus Reviews.
"...a satisfyingly meaty merchant-ship based universe and a heroine you can root for make this a compelling read for space opera addicts. " --The BookLife Prize in Fiction.
"In Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong we are presented with a strong blending of genres, a science fiction tale that reads like a pilgrimage with a haunted and haunting female character who combines strength and grace in a way that instantly wins the reader over to her perspective and her values, her every cause. ... The characters here are fully realized, vivid and alive, and often do surprising things - or do/say things that are very human, which can be rare. I especially like Meriel, who wins the reader over early and often and seems fully realized on the page, alive and breathing..." --Writer's Digest
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Pandora's Razor is a interesting new space opera. The novel is a non stop action adventure that keeps the reader engaged to the last page. I enjoyed the book