A Mutiny of Pirates: Book One
by August Niehaus
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Pub Date 20 Nov 2023 | Archive Date 24 Nov 2023
Halftree Press, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles
For fans of The Expanse, Treasure Planet, the Star Wars (original) Extended Universe, and Timothy Zahn...
Not all promises are made equal.
Kin Hanford, muscle for the space pirate gang the Damn Shames, is running from his problems—a son who doesn’t want to see him, an ex-wife who would love to see him destitute. He’s got a decent life with his crew, though they’re always flirting with death and dodging disaster.
But real trouble comes for Kin and the Shames in the form of a mysterious stranger with an even more mysterious map, followed by some of the galaxy’s most powerful—and suspicious—elite. When the newest Shames are kidnapped by cruel socialite Tana Zaalis, Kin throws caution to the winds and goes after them. He bravely faces vicious monsters, a cunning information broker, and Tana herself… and learns along the way where his priorities in life truly lie.
This science fiction adventure book is the first in the trilogy A Mutiny of Pirates, which is based loosely on the story of Treasure Island. Readers who enjoy stories about found families, unusual worlds, and multi-faceted relationships will find Kinfolk has what they’re looking for. Though this is an action-packed story, the primary plot points are emotional, so Kinfolk may appeal to readers who prefer a book with a high EQ rather than a high body count.
A Note From the Publisher
Illustrated by Natasha Scheraya
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 13 members
Kinfolk has a lot to love. It juggles a massive, ever growing cast of loveable, distinct characters, worldbuilding a Sci-Fi universe that feels well lived in, and a plotline that feels nostalgic and new all at once. Whether you want a Spacey adventure story that'll make you feel things, or maybe just a newfavorite comfort book, you'll want to read Kinfolk.