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I have four (going on six) out to read myself. My series is called Black Sun, and it’s a Leiji Matsumoto-style space opera set.
Book I – Rise of the Flint Pirates
Book II – Quest of the Siren
Book III – Legacy of the Predecessors
Book IV – Call of the Moon
Book V – Curse of the Nebula (in publication)
Book VI – Fury of the Phoenix (writing)
Summary (Rise of the Flint Pirates)
It is a harsh existence for the Flint Brothers. Hunted from one end of the galaxy to another by their late mother’s enemies, forced into hiring themselves out to different ships and crews in order to survive, the brothers endure the bleakest of livelihoods. Then a mysterious yet alluring stranger comes before them with something they can’t refuse: an offer of hope.
That hope is U-7501, a prototype warship of unrepresented power. She is docked within Rochelle Station, one of the most secure fortresses to exist. Completely ready to be stolen.
Rochelle is both technologically advance and heavily defended. To sneak in and steal this prized warship will require the perfect mixture of cunning, verve, and luck. It sounds nearly impossible, but as the brothers and their crew of rogues and scoundrels discover, it is only when they set sail with their prize that the impossible really happens.
General Design andInfluences As you can tell from the above, Black Sun is a space pirate oriented series. Its main influences are, again as you can imagine, the works of Leiji Matsumoto (Space Battleship Yamato, Space Pirate Captain Harlock), alongside the usual suspects of Star Trek, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc. If you’re a fan of any of these, swashbuckling stories (Captain Blood) mixed with science fiction/fantasy themes (Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag), this series is for you.